Removing Dye Stains on Leather Couch?

Gel decorations meant for glass were put on the arm of my leather couch. I now have multicolored fall leaves impreganated on the arm. I tried baby wipes, but the gel decorations seem to have left a hard film over the dye that the wipe cannot penetrate. Oh, and I also tried a dab of paint thinner to no avail. Any other ideas?
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December 13, 20160 found this helpful

I rather like the leaf stains, and I'd just go with them. I can't think of anything that won't harm the leather, sorry. Avoid alcohol, acetone and ammonia - and these are just the things that might work! So I'd rather have a pretty pattern than damaged leather.

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