Saturday, April 30, 2011

"The Ultimate Laker Girl Heel"

It has finally arrived!  Perfect timing for this Lakers season. Stand out from the crowd in these insanely awesome kicks that can be worn anywhere from a bar, to a party, or better yet, courtside! For more pictures and to grab a pair for yourself, check out our Facebook page (Feet Candy Photo Album) and email us at <3

Friday, April 29, 2011

It's All About Perspective!

We're simply mesmerized by the awe and beauty of nature captured by Clark Little, athlete turned artist.  As a former surfer, Little had the ultimate perspective being inside a wave as he rode it.  Now, as a photographer who believes in following his passion, he has given us that same point-of-view, even if we can't "hang ten" ourselves.  Check out his website and Facebook page for more gorgeous photos.

[Image via Clark Little Photography]

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Throwback Thursday: "Billie Jean"

Another oldie, but goodie. When I first saw this video as a child, I thought Michael Jackson was God!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Throwback Thursday: "Love is a Battlefield"

Music influences all of us. Most Thursdays, we will post a link to a video we're feeling at the moment that takes us back to the past. The music will be of all different types of genres and, hopefully, brings a smile to your face :) Leave your comments! Today's video: Pat Benatar's "Love is a Battlefield". For a trip down memory lane, click here.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

It's All About Perspective!

I just discovered the amazing work of Alex S. MacLean- pilot, aerial photographer, architect, artist, and innovator. His work is really different and most certainly offers a fresh bird's-eye-view illustrating the fascinating dynamic between people and our natural world, our technological environment, and each other. Check out his Facebook page and website for more awe-inspiring images sure to change the way you see things!

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Monday, April 11, 2011

Meatless Monday

The "Meatless Monday" movement has been around for years, but I only heard about it recently. For those of you like me who weren't aware, this trend was designed not only to improve one's health, but also to improve our environment. Launched by Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in 2003, the concept of eliminating meat from one's diet just once a week can vastly improve cardiovascular health and conserve precious resources, such as water and fossil fuels. Most Americans consume more protein than necessary- almost twice as much as the USDA's daily recommendation of approximately 50 to 60 grams per day. Worried you may be one of those who does not eat enough protein? Try almonds or cashews (20 grams), black beans (15 grams), milk (8 grams), brown or white rice (5 grams) and broccoli (4 grams).

Share your meatless recipes with us so we can all participate in improving our health and the environment!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

"Caribbean Queen Heel"

This is my latest creation called the "Caribbean Queen Heel."

I was inspired by the gorgeous blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Made for that confident woman who doesn't mind looking like the royalty she truly is.

Have a vision you want to come to life? Let us know and we can make it happen! Email me at to get started. Check out more pictures on our Facebook page.