We hit the jackpot in Altered Couture magazine this month with a great book review by their editor, Cynthia Levens, and three how-to articles that I wrote. (They also have three more of our articles in hand, so Destiny and
Since the warm weather is teasing us to bare our toes, I thought I’d give you a tour of the blogs we’ve done on sandals over the years. Sandals are wonderfully easy to customize and upcycle, whether you are painting,
Every so often Margot and I get emails from Sassy Feet fans all over the world with pictures of their imaginative creations. This, personally, is one of my favorite things about being a part of the Sassy Feet team. Wild
Margot and I recently attended the Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) Trade Show, which was a wonderful learning and networking experience for us. We took lots of classes and discovered some new products to use on shoes, which we’ll be
I’ve been hoarding photos of painted shoes and bags that our fans have been sending me, and it’s time to stop keeping them to myself. Enjoy!
This pair is called Beetleboots and they were sent in by costumer Cherries Jubilee of Cherries’
These loafers — well-loved but a bit dull — started out their second life when they were purchased in a thrift store for $5 by my favorite mixed-media artist, Erin Perry. They were plain tanned leather with that natural unfinished-leather
We thought you’d like a peek at some of the shoes created by the wonderfully creative souls who took our class at Costume College earlier this month.
First, though, I must confess that although we got some good shoe shots, we
Okay, we have now recovered from our wonderful trip to Costume College in Los Angeles, and it’s time to share photos of the imaginative shoes and bags that our talented followers have sent in since our last fans’ roundup.
TOMS Maya classic canvas slip-on in ikat fabric
Soludos’s Blue Ikat espadrille
I LOVE ikat fabric, whether it’s simple black and white or multicolored. I don’t understand how it’s made, no matter how often I read the explanations,
It may be May, but where I live — on the central coast of California — not every day is sandal weather yet. Which is why I raided my local Payless store recently and scored two pairs of black canvas