A Closet Full of Shoes: Simple Ways to Make Them Chic

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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It’s what all women crave: a closetful of fabulous, sexy, and stylish shoes for every occasion. These designer creations—with easy-to-follow instructions for the amateur shoemaker—will turn their fashion dreams into a stunning reality. 


Painted shoes, d coupaged shoes, beaded and buttoned shoes: women will definitely ooh and aah in pleasure over this footwear! Designers from across the country competed in a contest to devise the most marvelous pair of shoes, and they’ve come up with more than 50 breathtaking and irresistible projects. Just imagine strappy exotic Asian Pumps with a high heel and delicate floral design, beaded rope mules dotted with small pearls, and sparkling jeweled ballet slippers. And you’ll really want to raise a glass and toast the wonderfully whimsical Martini Party Shoes. Some are surprisingly simple and others are quite over-the-top, but they’re all dazzling and wearable. Choose from shoes meant for weddings, fancy pairs for a night out, and casual ones for everyday or the beach. There are even boots and a few patterns for baby footware.  

            And the book just wouldn’t be complete without a gallery of exceptional shoes, meant to stand as works of art.


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Jeweled flip-flops and moccasins sell for outrageous prices in mall shops, and embellished dress shoes are hard to find. Not to worry-this book by Packham (Organizing Your Craft Space ) and Toliver ... Read full review

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Jo Packham has been President of Chapelle Ltd. for more than 30 years. In partnership with Stampington & Co., Jo publishes the bestselling magazines Where Women Create, Where Women Cook, and Where Women Create Business. Jo has also established a new imprint with Sterling: WWC Press, under which titles will be authored by the leading craft, food, and business experts in the world. She has authored, compiled, or packaged more than 500 titles in her career. Jo is President and cofounder of The Creative Connection. She resides in Ogden, UT.

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