I have been offline, blog-wise, for several weeks now, coping with some family health issues, but I haven't been offline shoe-wise. In fact, painting and embellishing shoes lifts my spirits a lot. Here is the first of three projects I
A birthday is a personalized celebration that only comes around once a year. One of the most rewarding benefits to being a highly creative person is being able to use that power for good, especially when birthdays are concerned. I
On many occasions (like here, and here, and here, and also here), Margot and I have urged you to send us pictures of all your wonderful creations. We aren't kidding. We love seeing what you make. And we love SHARING what
Last spring I wrote a post called "Tennies Transformation" about copying some "faded" pink sneakers made by Chuck Taylor (he called them his Washed Canvas Sneaks). The originals had caught the eye of my wife, Erin, a mixed media artist who
It's that time again, Faithful Readers. I'm here to share with you another fabulous round of Sassy Feet fan creations.Today, we have (technically) three things to share that Margot and I have received via email. Boy, have you all been
Destiny and I have been writing for Altered Couture magazine for seven years now — starting in their second issue! — and each time we have an article published, we post it on our website page called "As Seen In…."
Margot and I have been so dead tired since we wrapped up ETAC that we haven't blogged much the last two weeks. It was a good tired, but a tired, nonetheless.
I'm here to wish all our frightfully fearless DIYers
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Yup, today is my birthday, and I have decided to celebrate by showing you my favorite shoes and bags — that is, the ones I have created for
Whenever Margot and I get emails asking advice or expressing interest in our craft, we always conclude our correspondence with, “Please send us before and after shots. We LOVE getting emails with photos of your creations!” When we say this,
You could pay a fortune these days for custom sneakers — or you could customize them yourself. Hint: the second option is MUCH more fun! I did a simple color job on these Champion brand kicks, and I’ll walk you