Fun Ways To Decorate Converse

Fun Ways To Decorate Converse

Back in 1908 when Marquis M. Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company, he probably didn’t imagine his canvas-topped, rubber-soled athletic shoes would eventually be fashion statements available in a wide range of styles and colors. One thing hasn’t changed, however — the classic look and clean lines that make Converse shoes a perfect blank…

Help Kids Get Pumped Up Kicks With These Shoe Crafts

Help Kids Get Pumped Up Kicks With These Shoe Crafts

Growing up, I’d always get my brother’s hand-me-downs. As if wearing second-hand clothes wasn’t embarrassing enough, I always had to jazz things up to make them look more girlie. I remember cutting up old T-shirts to make headbands and scarves, as well as canvasing his old white Converse shoes with puffy paint and glittery purple…