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It always makes me smile when I get a notification from Twitter or Facebook from one of you lovely lot out there; even more so when there's a photo attached too! Hearing that you're happy with your Converse and that others are noticing and commenting on them too is amazing. It's a strange feeling when you notice people are looking at your feet, but one which I've always loved. When I was in college I let my friends doodle all over a pair of white high tops for my 17th Birthday present. I pretty much lived in them for the ...Read More

Converse Ribbon Laces

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Got some fantastic new colours for converse ribbon laces in stock: They will work really well when matched to wedding colour schemes. I've just completed 4 matching pairs for a Bride, two Bridesmaids and a Flower Girl which used the Shocking Pink colour of ribbon for the Bride and Flower Girl. Next week will see the completion of 9 out of 14 pairs for another wedding party. These glittery low tops with Swarovski toes had silver heel tags and used the new Silver ribbon lace colour to match.    

2014 Update

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It's been a while since I have updated the blog so here's a brief recap of what's been going on. The 20th December 2013 saw the end to Dan Smith's first pair of custom converse after impailing his foot on glass. I won't show you the gory photos, but a video of the incident can be found here. I took a break over Christmas and then got working on a second pair for him. They're along the same theme as the first pair but I added the zigzags to the backs and threw in some black laces too. I managed ...Read More

Wedding Converse

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I've been getting lots of requests for Wedding Converse for brides, and the addition of the Swarovski Crystals and White Ribbon laces is making them look great! This pair has silver hearts with black outlines to match the silver and black and white colour theme of the wedding. The date of the Wedding has been added to the spines of the shoe along with the title Bride.   A more classic approach where the heels of each shoe have been painted in a colour to match the wedding colour theme and then layered up with the couples' married name.   ...Read More


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Last week I answered a few questions for one of the writers on and the interview has been posted up today. You can have a read of what I had to say right here: Today I have painted up a pair of Finding Nemo converse.   They were specifically requested to be on Green converse, but I think next time i'd put them on a blue or light purple pair to have more of an underwater theme to them. There have been plenty of new designs in the making too, so I have added all the new photos to the Gallery ...Read More