10/11/2009

Gotta Have the Shoes

omg just had to order these shoes with my Berks County 1850 portrait pattern splashed all over them!


and with my business card on the side doors yukyuk.

Also had to get a pair with one of my painted primitive portraits:

with a detail from my 1840s Baskets on the heel:

Finished Marcie's Christmas Punch freebie pattern:

20 comments:

Cornfield Quilter said...

How cool is that!!!! They are awesome!

Lynn Dykstra said...

Wonderful!

Carlie said...

Those are sure neat shoes!!! Where did you order them from?

Julie-Ann said...

Yes, how did you get them? I want a pair!!!

Lori said...

How cute is that?!

Karen said...

Please explain how the designs got onto the shoes! Very interesting.

Libby said...

Now that is cool - where in the world did you find them?

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Very cool!

KC Quilter said...

Ohmigosh, so so adorable!!!! Are you into marketing apparel now? I wouldn't be surprised--you're so darn talented! Orrrrr.....hmmmmm....is this a photo-shopping trick???

Gretchen said...

Oh wow! How cool is that!!!! I think I may have to get some keds made. But it will take me forever to think of what to put on them. Love the quilt :)

Mama Spark said...

Ok, now it is time to fess up on how you got these made. Inquiring minds want to know.

Betty (picture circa 1954) said...

Can you really get those shoes made up like that? Where?

Karen said...

Love the shoes!!

casper said...

Those are darling put the designs on coffee cups next.

casper said...

Darling put on coffee cups too..

Quilt Hollow said...

Wonderful job on the quilt and waaaaaaay cool to have shoes that scream YOU!!

MARCIE said...

Oh those shoes!!! Leave it to you to find the coolest way to promote your business! They are awesome!
And your little Christmas Punch turned out so cute!

Melisa @ Sweet Home said...

Too stinkin' cute!!! I need some of these with my logo on them!!!

YankeeQuilter said...

OK, so me and every other blogger wants to know where you got these?! Way too fun....

Quilts And Pieces said...

How cool is that!