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April 03, 2013



Yes, I think you are right. Also, the Pearl Magenta has that pearly aspect which reflects the light, while a matte color might also add to the depth.

Sandy Snowden

It wlooks like the first one had a little orange, too, which wouldwork well to give the colour a little depth.
Sandy in the UK


And, if you want a rich, solid color on your soles, use a StazOn stamp pad re-inker (it's a little bottle) and brush it on with a cheap, throwaway brush. I changed some white hightop soles to black with one coat using that stuff!


Very clever! And now I understand more of what you meant by stamping alcohol ink on the rubber sole--yes, looks great.


Me too! Imagine -- faded French blue, pale violet, dusky gold....

Erin Perry

I want a pair in every pastel shade!

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