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Leather Wrapped Bracelet


About this design:

Here is my first attempt at doing a leather wrapped bracelet, it took a few trial runs but this is the finished product. I wish I would have had a bit more leather because it is quite snug on my wrist, but I just love the faceted jade that I used. I have been waiting to complete this until I found the right button to use. I actually got the button from Mamacita Beads on esty, she makes some lovely stuff.

Components:

leather, nymo thread, faceted green jade and sterling silver button

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  1. Becca W
    Becca W says:

    ooooo pretty – I love the colors – I did one of these in silver & leather that wraps 3x – took me three days! Kudos to you for your patience! :)

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    Copper Penny says:

    Thanks Becca, is does take along time. Did you post your here on LB? I would love to see it.

  3. Pam E aka funky tulip
    Pam E aka funky tulip says:

    great bracelet — love the colors and the leather. is the clasp a loop of leather, over the button?

  4. grama rose aka stormy
    grama rose aka stormy says:

    very nice I love the leather with it!

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    Copper Penny says:

    Thank you very much everyone. I really love all you comments. Pam I actually put the leather in each button hole and then tied a knot. I also tied a knot before I attached the button.

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Very pretty !

  7. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    Very nice!

  8. AllureofGemsGlamJulia
    AllureofGemsGlamJulia says:

    Darling :)

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    Copper Penny says:

    Thank you very much everyone.

  10. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    How cool is this!!

  11. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    Very neat…

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