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Good Housekeeping
May 31, 2012

Do-It-Yourself Color Blocking for Your Old Shoes and Bags

Jazz up your shoes and bags with this color blocking effect!

colorTurn your old shoes and bags into fab statement pieces by adding a color blocking effect. All you need are paint, rubbing alcohol, electrical tape, baby wipes, sand paper, and a hair dryer. For a step-by-step tutorial, watch the video below.


(Screencap via YouTube)

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