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May 03, 2011

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Sue Drees

WOW, love this technique, boot looks like real worn leather!! Great take on this Wild West challenge too!

PetraB

The boot looks absolutely awesome, the technique is very effective. It looks so real.

trisha too

That seriously looks like a piece of leather--amazing!

:)

Miss Iowa

I own not one but TWO pairs of Roper boots [one pair is bright red--ha!], and I can tell you that your boot looks just like them. Great job!

gerri herbst

Looks like real leather, I love it! take care, gerri

Shar_B

This boot is really kickin'! Love it!

Silvia

Fantastic boot,love the texture.

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