A New Way To Wear My Favorite Shoes

by Sherine Steele.
(Visiting Colorado)

"SherRings" Shoe Earrings by Sherine Steele  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Steve Madden SherRings by SjH

My name is Sj Harrington.

As many of you, I’ve made jewelry since a girl in high school, but stopped when the real world showed up.

"SherRings" Shoe Earrings by Sherine Steele  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Silver Lining SherRings by SjH

At this stage of life, I’m a disabled veteran suffering from conditions that prevent me from walking in my beloved shoes!

"SherRings" Shoe Earrings by Sherine Steele  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Closet Collection SherRings by SjH

But hey, now I don’t have to WALK in them to wear them. I used polymer clay to replicate my shoe collection as another form of ‘wearable art’…

"SherRings" Shoe Earrings by Sherine Steele  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Redbacks SherRings by Sjh

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Comments

  1. Sarah Small says:

    Brilliant!

  2. First of all, thank you for your service, Sherine! Also, I love this clever idea for wearing high heeled shoes in a different way, and your fun and funky shoe jewelry. I can see your shoe jewelry also being groovy Christmas tree ornaments. Love all the beads, chains, and other adornments on these statement shoes!

  3. Sherine, these are adorable and so clever, too! Thank you for sharing, and thank you so much for your service to our country!

  4. Sj Harrington says:

    Thank you guys so much for the love!

  5. Hi Sherrine, love what you do with the polymer clay. They are so pretty and very different with a spark of humour. Congratulations on your outlook on life. Good on you for defending your country.

  6. We have something in common. I too am disabled and make wire wrap jewelry. Being a hairdresser and salon owner for 30 plus years, when I had an accident that leaves me unable to do much walking in those shoes, I got inspired to do what was passionate to me and that was hairdressing so I incorporated the same techniques into my jewelry. I just find it keeps me going. You have fun and hang in there, I LOVE THE SHOES, they are awesome. 🙂

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