I don’t know if Margot and I have ever mentioned this before, but we love, L-O-V-E, getting pictures from people who are using all the information we share to create their own unique wearable works of art.
Come to think of
It was a quiet morning, early in November when Margot received an email. In this email was a link to a blog called WhimsyCalls by Toby Baker. Toby had received her order from our online store, blogged about her experience
Yesterday morning, I was lying in bed browsing Facebook on my phone, as is my morning ritual. I always check our Sassy Feet! Facebook page to see if anyone has shared pictures with us there. People don’t do that often,
Margot and I always look forward to the first weekend in August. It's a lot of work, but the reward surpasses the energy expended. We get to teach eager costumers, feast our eyes on all manner of expertly sewn costumes,
Embroidered suede and velvet is so classy, elegant, and feminine. The above black velvet heels, named Gypsy Rose, were created by Caroline Groves of London and embroidered by master needleworker Alice Archer. Undoubtedly, they cost a metric tonne of GBP
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