I think several years ago someone posted directions for painting on
shoes - or there was an article in some magazine - I think it is
really important to prepare the surface if you are really going to
wear them... there was an article in our paper about a college student
that started customizing shoes - made a fortune...
On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 4:26 PM, familyerickson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My latest fetish is art teacher shoes. Here's what I am doing. I buy
> plain shoes that fit well at the Thrift store or at Walmart. I then use
> acrylic paints and sharpie markers to decorate them with wild patterns and
> abstract paintings. Voila! Art Teacher Shoes! I have been coating them
> with Modge Podge to sortof seal the color on. I have no idea how long they
> will last but even if I just wear them for a season, I am ok with that.
> For goodness sake Walmart has sandles on sale for $7.00 right now! My
> question is this: have any of you also acquired this fetish? If so, what
> media are you using? Have you come up with a sealer that might work
> Your wild and crazy art teacher friend,
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