So maybe we haven’t done exactly 10,000 shoes… but Destiny and I are pretty excited today – it is Sassy Feet’s 10th anniversary
I have an article in the current issue of Altered Couture magazine that’s a first, for me: It’s NOT about shoes or bags!
It’s about how to use our Lumiere (and Neopaque) paints on fabric, not just on leather or
Destiny and I have been writing for Altered Couture magazine for seven years now — starting in their second issue! — and each time we have an article published, we post it on our website page called "As Seen In…."
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,
No one is entirely sure who decides this stuff, but the Pantone company has announced the new colors for spring, and I thought you’d like to see them. Pantone specializes in systems for standardizing colors and color names, which enable
The Nov-Dec-Jan 2013 issue of Altered Couture magazine has just come out — with an article I did on using new or vintage zippers to make zipper spirals or ruffles to embellish your shoes. I have added the article to our As
Since our popularity is growing, we are too, in an eKind of way. Sassy Feet is barreling full steam ahead into the twenty-first century and sassifying (in the best possible way) our social media!
You can now find, follow,
A couple of years ago I figured out how to mix a leather and fabric paint to which you could add glitter. The best thing was (and is) that when our Glitter It! paint dries, all the gorgeous sparkly
One of my favorite proud-moments is seeing Margot’s and my name in print. Before Sassy Feet!, the only time in my life I had ever seen my name in print publicly was in third grade when my grandmother wrote a