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Leather Paint

In an exceptional array of colors, Mood’s online selection of acrylic Leather Paints are perfect for adding pizzazz to leather craft and sewing projects like shoes, belts, costumes, and more!

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  1. Product #: 117223 Angelus Neon Bahama Blue Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  2. Product #: 117149 Angelus Metallic Gold Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  3. Product #: 117150 Angelus Metallic Silver Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  4. Product #: 117224 Angelus Neon Jamaican Joy Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  5. Product #: 115151 Angelus Fire Red Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  6. Product #: 115152 Angelus Magenta Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  7. Product #: 115144 Angelus Black Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  8. Product #: 115145 Angelus White Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  9. Product #: 115146 Angelus Brown Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  10. Product #: 115147 Angelus Navy Blue Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  11. Product #: 115148 Angelus Green Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  12. Product #: 115150 Angelus Violet Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  13. Product #: 115236 Angelus Orange Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  14. Product #: 115149 Angelus Yellow Leather Paint - 4oz

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
  15. Product #: 117225 Angelus Cream Leather Paint - 4oz
    Temporarily unavailable

    Designer: Angelus

    $7.98  / Each
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Developed in the late 1950s, leather painting was done as an alternative to full-on leather dyeing. Prior to the invention of latex paint in the 1960s, leather paint was reserved for leather items that did not bend or receive friction, such as belts and wallets, as the paint was more likely to crack and peel off. By the 1970s, professional leather crafters discovered that, because of its flexible, water-resistant qualities, acrylic was the best medium for leather paint. Composed almost exclusively of acrylic types, today’s leather paints are available in every color and tone imaginable.

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