A Trendy Homemade Leather Bracelet

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homemade braided leather bracelet

A braided homemade leather bracelet would be defiantly high on the fashion list right now. For girls, boys, men or women, there’s a color and style that will suite anyone, and they are so easy to make!

In fact this trendy and genuine leather bracelet took me less than two minutes to make up; it’s totally unique and has cost me just a fraction of the price of a store bought one.

I’ve used wooden Pandora style beads for making this bracelet because I wanted to give it an ‘eco’ look and feel, but you can purchase this same braided leather in a hot silvery grey, and when threaded with sparkling gem type Pandora beads it takes on a whole new look.

What You Will Need:

Materials for making a homemade leather bracelet

How To Make It:

    1. To get the required bracelet size, wrap the leather loosely around the wrist twice.
    2. Next, thread on the beads.Threading on the beads for your braided leather bracelet
    3. Put one drop of glue into one side of the clasp and then insert the leather into it. Repeat this process with the other side of the clasp.Put one drop of glue into one side of the bracelet clasp
    4. Leave the bracelet to dry completely before showing it off.Trendy homemade leather bracelet

 

Take a look at these beaded homemade bracelets, they were also cost effective and economical to create. They make a nice unique gift, perfect gift for that special person in your life.

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Angela Wills
Angela Wills
Hi, I’m Angela, I make most of the homemade things here at Savvy Homemade. I'm an experienced soap maker, skincare formulator, author, busy Mom of 3 and recently a Grandma! Welcome to SavvyHomemade, it's my true passion.
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