Thanks to Hollywood, when people picture California, they picture the Pacific shoreline, sandy beaches, palm trees, and celebrities. But California is so much more than that So-Cal image. We have arid deserts, huge lumbering pines, snowy ragged peaks, and fertile
I’m here to wish all our frightfully fearless DIYers the Happiest of Halloweens. To do that, I’m going to share with you a spook-tacular pair of Halloween themed boots created by Claudia. They are eerily amazing!
On these boots, I spy
Hello all! After a very strong beginning to 2016 of consistent blogging, we sort of … stopped. The hiatus wasn’t intentional, but these things happen sometimes. We are on a mission to fix it! And to start things off, I’d
As a human being who just happened to arrive on this Earth in the early 80s, who was molded by the grunge and alternative rock of the ’90s, and being a huge fan of both Nirvana and Foo Fighters, I
Maybe you think dyeing suede is pretty hard to do. After all, suede is a very delicate type of leather and how can you possible dye it without ruining its lovely soft nap?
As with all other shoe painting and recoloring,
Happy FanShoesFriday, everyone! Today’s story is about Deborah B. Deborah originally contacted Sassy Feet to commission three pairs of shoes. She wasn’t ready to take the plunge on her own quite yet.
The first was a a pair of Doc Marten’s
I love painting spectator shoes because they are ready made for color-blocking. The ridges formed by the overlapping pieces of leather make it easy not to over paint the lines. I snagged this pair of Aerosoles on sale (less than
If you’ve been a faithful reader of our blog, you know that Margot and I really love showing off pictures of wearable art projects that are sent to us by our “fans.” The pictures come from all different types of
Margot blogged a few weeks ago about “Recycled, Up Cycled, Re-Purposed Clothing, A Slow Fashion Movement,” the wearable art show that Sassy Feet! will be a part of this summer at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles. We have
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