Margot and I relish getting new people interested in the craft we love so much. Those of you who are longtime blog visitors have read our call for photos of your DIY'd shoes and bags. We'll keep issuing those
Margot and I have created bridal shoes. And flower girl shoes.
Louboutin’s Very Riche Strass — Beautiful, but at $3,995 a pair, it would be well worth it to do them yourself!
And shoes just for fun. Plus we recently blogged about
We usually teach others how to DIY their own items. Classes are the most fun we have. But, on occasion, we will take up the job and transform a pair of shoes for someone else.
This is what we did recently
I was browsing through InStyle’s August 2013 Issue and found myself glued to their fall shoe guide. Many, many glossy pages full of shoe lovers’ eye candy. But, as I turned pages and salivated, I also found myself thinking “We’ve
My last blog was all about my crazy-birthday-stash-grab-a-thon gift from my creative partner-in-crime, Margot. I skipped away with an overflowing amount of booty, which included some hand-crafted, stacked embellishments we made for embellishing shoes and handbags. We would take them
Most of you already know that Margot started this craft in 2006. I wasn’t there at the beginning. In 2007, as a birthday gift, Margot invited me over to show me how to create a pair of shoes. I brought
Margot and I love to paint and embellish our shoes. We try to stick to simple, easy-to-replicate designs that only require a few coats of paint, and maybe a charm or a length of trim to enhance our overall design.
2013 has opened the door for bling and glitz EVERYWHERE, even in nuptials. Bridal Guide Magazine posted the following on this year’s Wedding Trends:
2013 is putting on the glitz! “It’s a move towards sophistication,” says Alyssa Brown of
Margot and I often receive emails from people asking for guidance, ideas, help and sometimes to solve a problem or two. We encourage it. Not only do these emails help the person asking the question, but they allow us to
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,