Last Sunday I took a break from writing about painting shoes and showed you several of the ways I’d simply embellished some yummy heels I’d scored at the Steve Madden site back when I fancied myself still vamp-y. One of
I bought this pair of beautiful Steve Madden suede slingbacks a couple of years ago when I was still fooling myself that I still could walk in high heels…. Turns out, Destiny is the only high-heel diva at Sassy Feet!
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
This embossed leather journal came to me by way of my favorite journaler, who is so busy making her own art journals, she no longer needs any of the readymade kind. I grabbed it — not because I am much
One of my buddies from the Peninsula Wearable Art Guild recently found these amazing late Sixties platform sandals on Haight Street in San Franciso (where else??). She brought them to a recent meeting and challenged me to turn them into
I was remembering the other day how back in the 1990s, when I was in therapy to deal with the aftereffects of being abused as a child, I used to do art as part of my healing process. I made
I started this blog all ready to blame the holidays for my absence from posting, but when I digitally leafed through past posts, I was startled to see that July 31, 2012 was my last blog. That was when we
I know that isn’t the most fascinating shoe you’ve seen all year, but hey, you try to find a New Year’s greeting that’s no longer under copyright AND has a shoe in it!
Today, besides wishing you a richly creative and
Zipper patented in 1896 as a closure on boots
I don”t know exactly why, but I’m fascinated by big zippers with metal teeth. Maybe it was growing up in the days right before plastic zippers. Maybe it’s the combination of soft
In the six years I’ve been doing shoes, one of the consistent complaints I hear is from people who try to glue comic strips, gift wrap, printouts or other paper images to their shoes. Fact is, it just doesn’t work.