Armed with a few fabric markers, the girls had a great time making turning their plain black TOMS shoes into one-of-kind wearable art.
As letter-obsessed kindergartener, Pumpkin loved the idea of having the entire alphabet on each shoe. And Princess, my “peace and love” girl, knew exactly how to make her shoes her own.
If you haven’t checked out the new & improved Tiny Toms shoes, be prepared to fall in love. The only thing that makes me feel a little better about buying a pair of $30 kids shoes is knowing that for every pair purchased (adult or kids), TOMS gives a new pair of shoes to a child in need.
**Disclaimer: These two pairs of TOMS shoes were provided free of charge to my girls after attending a TOMS shoes media event but This Mama has always loved TOMS and their efforts as a company to make the world a better place. To date, they have given away over one million shoes to kids in need and has inspired countless other companies to find ways to incorporate giving into what they do.