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Bring a personal touch to your style by customizing your leather bag!"

Materials : 
  • Setacolor Leather colors Aubergine Violet / Ultramarine Blue / Khaki Green / Sage Green / Sakura Pink / Candy Pink / Orange Special leather degreaser
  •  Small flat brushes
  •  A leather bag
  •  A rag, a palette (or a plate) 
Level of difficulty: 
  • Difficulty: Easy 
  • Time to complete : 3 h

  • Start by degreasing the bag with the degreasing compound and a cloth so that the leather paint adheres properly.

  • Let it dry for a few moments.

  • In the palette prepare the colors to soften the brightest colors: add a touch of the following colors from the setacolor leather range: Sakura Rose in Aubergine Violet, Khaki Green, Ultramarine Blue and Orange. 
  • Break up the tones more or less by dosing the amount of Sakura Rose that you add according to the result you want to obtain.

  • Remove the shoulder strap from the leather bag if you can so that it doesn't get in the way, pad the inside slightly if necessary to have as few creases as possible, especially if the leather is very soft. 
  • Apply brush strokes of color next to each other, varying the thickness of the strokes by changing the width of the brush.
  • Fill the entire surface to be decorated, allowing enough time for overlapping or touching leather paint to dry. If necessary, apply a second coat of Setacolor Leather paint once it is dry for the most transparent colors to obtain a covering color. 
  • Hang up the shoulder strap
More leather customization ideas:

  • Painting a leather jacket
  •  Decorating a leather bracelet 

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