Hand Painted Shoes

Talking about shoes, it seems never ending topics. Shoes are like a  complement part of human activities. Both men and women love shoes. Now, in this article, I will talk about painted-shoes. Yes, it’s hand painted-shoes. Why it is called hand painted-shoes? It is because the shoes are painted directly with hand.

The main material of these shoes is canvas shoes, mostly in white color. Then the second material is the paint. Generally, painted-shoes use acrylic paint. It is better choice for canvas shoes. Acrylic paints are extremely versatile and fast-drying. It can be diluted with water and colorfast. So, don’t worry, the painting on your painted-shoes is not easy to fade.

I love to draw. After I saw a television program that covering about painted-shoes, then I try to make it real. Then I start to open an online shop to sell painted-shoes. I named it : Lov’s painted-shoes. Each pair is custom painted with the art or design of your choice so you will never see another like it! I draw and paint every pair of them. Besides I can earn money, I will also able to experience art in this way.

Let’s check them out! I’ll show you some painted-shoes that I made by myself. Take your time to enjoying this site.

Emily and Elmo - My customer want me to draw this painted-shoes.

Butterfly and Little Elephant

Elmo and Monster Cookies

Cow and the fork

Ballet Girl

Black and Red Carving

Visit my online shop on facebook, Click here


About f4shionconscious

I'm just an ordinary girl not yet an extraordinary one. Full of dreams, full of passions, full of affections. the most important thing is 'I Love F4shion' (read: fashion). Through this blog, I want to share everything about fashion. Write, upload, and give some information about fashion style that come up into my mind then share it with you. I hope you like it.

Posted on June 20, 2011, in Men Shoes, Women Shoes and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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