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If you’re looking to reinvent your wardrobe with Inkodye, why stop at shirts? For those sunny days ahead, a personalized pair of canvas shoes is the perfect accessory.
For this project, you will need Inkodye, a brush, straight pins, and of course a pair of light-colored canvas shoes. We recommend a pair of Vans Classic Slip-Ons. ...
Pack the shoe tight with paper to give yourself a firm work surface.
Working indoors, apply Inkodye to the areas of the shoe you would like to print. Remember that Inkodye will works great on natural fabric, but will not print ...
Use a paper towel to clear away excess dye. Be sure to also clean up any drips that may have gotten onto the rubber.
Cover the shoe in three or four layers of plastic wrap. Some brands of paint pen may dissolve the top layer of plastic, so extra layers will keep ...
Have fun and sketch to your heart’s content!
Be sure to fully fill in black areas. Remember thicker lines will generally make a better print.
It is important that the plastic wrap makes contact with the whole shoe, otherwise your print will turn out blurry. Place straight pins wherever you see the plastic ...
You didn't forget about your second shoe, did you?
Bring the shoes into the sun and let the Inkodye work its magic. Be sure to turn the shoes every few minutes so the color develops evenly on ...
Leave the shoes outside until the color is bold and vibrant. Our shoes took about 15 minutes to expose on a sunny afternoon.
Bring the shoes indoors and carefully remove the pins and plastic wrap. Things are looking good!
Use Inkowash to fully remove any undeveloped dye. It is best to put your shoes through two full wash cycles before wearing them outside. Do not put your ...
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