In February of 2009, Margot posted a blog about revamping a pair of Steve Madden hightops. These high-tops went to mixed-media maven, Erin Perry. Erin wore them to death, literally. The shoes failed, died, disintegrated, well, you get the point. It's
Since I was making a 60-second promo video for the upcoming release of our Online Video Workshop, Sassy Feet 101, I thought I would take a moment to re-cap for you some shoe painting basics. Margot & I do the
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
Bold, bright, matte colors are hot this season. Margot and I have expanded the Sassy Feet! stock room to include a line of paints that give the same great opaque coverage in flat colors. We would like to introduce
We have been completely flooded with incredible creations via email lately! It's been lovely to see everything everyone is doing. I know there have been a score of these types of blogs lately, but it is really important to what
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
Several days ago I blogged about a private class I taught where my students challenged me to take the bag I was using to demonstrate various painting techniques (above, lower left), and turn it into something beautiful —