Can I make a purse from your cowboy boots?

Yes! I love to making memorial bags and custom bags from your boots. Please email me with your wishes and we'll get started on how to make them come true.

Do I wholesale or light bulk?

I do! I offer 30% wholesale discounts for hipsters, small bags and whiskey and wine totes, minimum 8 piece mix and match for "like" items (mix and max barware OR mix and match purses). For all other purses, bags and totes I offer 20% off with a 4 piece minimum mix and match.

Do I have a Referral/Affiliate Program?

Glad you asked! If you aren't in the position of being able to retail my bags in person I do offer a commission on sales you send my way online! I have lots of ads/banners for you to post to your social media, email blasts or blog. I offer up to 15% commission. Email me your contact info and get your Tracing code and simple instructions.

How do you care for your bag?

Honestly the more distressed they get the more character they have! However it is a good idea to dust your bag with a soft brush or cloth and use a leather cleaner/conditioner...Bickman's Bick 4 works well on most leathers except suede. 

Everyone wants to know where I get my boots?

That's top secret :) But I will tell you that 95% of the boots I use are new but not wearable/sell-able boots for one reason or another. I have saved the little beauties from landfills but I did not tear up wearable pairs of boots. 


Are they full boots to start with or just shafts?

Full boots that I cut the feet off of with my band saw.  Gotta love power tools!

Do I take boot donations?

Yes! And then I make wearable bags out of them and when they sell I donate 30% of the profit to www.vets4childrescue.org whose mission is to rescue trafficked children in the US. Please send your boots to 1309 E. 16th St. Loveland, CO 80538

What do I do with the left over foot part?

I have used them for a few little ideas but none have taken off. So, if you have a great idea let me know! Keep in mind it takes a hunting knife to remove the leather from the sole, difficult! AND there is a metal shank that runs in the arch of the sole. My saw can't cut through that. 

See my dilemma? :

Do I do repairs?

Yes! Please contact me for info.