i’ve had these whitevans in their box for years now NEVER WORN because i planned on painting them like sweetassDUCKS but never got around to it because i dunno shit about acrylics and painting with them on stuff. i did some research via google and stuff but i wanna be sure i’m doing it right so i don’t waste time and pastweja’s monies V:
i have some winsor&newton, liquitex, AND blick brand acrylic paint !__! I HAVE NO IDEA IF ANY OF THESE ARE SUITABLE FOR PAINTING ON CANVAS SHOES !__! basically i need to know if any of these paints will be waterproof and resistant to cracking on this material/object but i don’t know where to find such information. so HERE I AM asking a thing. that thing being if any of you know if any of these paintbrands ARE crackresistant/waterproof on a shu (feel free to suggest a brand if not) V:
O __O WELL DOYOU????

i’ve had these whitevans in their box for years now NEVER WORN because i planned on painting them like sweetassDUCKS but never got around to it because i dunno shit about acrylics and painting with them on stuff. i did some research via google and stuff but i wanna be sure i’m doing it right so i don’t waste time and pastweja’s monies V:

i have some winsor&newton, liquitex, AND blick brand acrylic paint !__! I HAVE NO IDEA IF ANY OF THESE ARE SUITABLE FOR PAINTING ON CANVAS SHOES !__! basically i need to know if any of these paints will be waterproof and resistant to cracking on this material/object but i don’t know where to find such information. so HERE I AM asking a thing. that thing being if any of you know if any of these paintbrands ARE crackresistant/waterproof on a shu (feel free to suggest a brand if not) V:

O __O WELL DOYOU????



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  1. ibotz answered: JUST SCOTCH GUARD IT AFTER ITS DRY scotchgard.com/wps/por…
  2. stablercake said: Definitely waterproof though!
  3. cbot answered: I think you can just get fabric paint or try out the paint you have on scrap fabric similar to the shoe and see what happens (=
  4. guttergeoff answered: if you mix your paints with textile medium, it turns them into washable fabric paints. martha stewart makes one and it’s at michael’s
  5. plumpkerb answered: acrylic is essentially plastic so it should be fine, I have best luck with winsor behaving like an adult on my paintbrush
  6. penies answered: acrylic paints will work just fine! I have painted a few shoes with only acrylic and have had anything chip or wash out
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