How to Make a Leather Bracelet

This leather bracelet is fun to make and is a great gift. There is so much versatility with how you finish it off to make each one unique.  Here’s how to make a leather bracelet step by step.DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!
 I got a 1/8 of a yard of leather for $1.24 at Hobby Lobby with a package of snaps for my needed materials. This amount of material was enough to make five bracelets!  I think that makes each bracelet cost about $0.50 (by the time you add leather with snaps cost).  I literally did this in about thirty minutes.  It was so quick and easy! You should give it a try! Fabric glue would probably work if you didn’t want to break out a sewing machine.
 DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!
 I first began by cutting two 3”x 9” strips of leather.
DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!
I then turned the fabric inside out, so the pretty sides of the material were touching and did the following steps. DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!
Finally, I simply measured how tight I would want the leather bracelet to be, and added a snap. DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!
I love this chunky, fun bracelet.  I think it looks amazing just plain by itself, but it would also be very cute embellished with a little button or flower that you could pick up at a craft store. DIY Your Own Leather Bracelets for every outfit or as an awesome gift!

Hi!  My name is Erica and I blog at Spoonful of Imagination.  I am so excited to be in this blog world, and I can’t thank Kelley enough for inviting me to do a guest post with you all!  My husband, Matt, and I have been married for eight years and we have two boys and a little girl.  We have started homeschooling this year and are loving it.  I love to write about the places we go, things we do, and the creations I make in the midst of it all. I feel like if you add a spoonful of imagination into every area of your journey, it will be a more beautiful life. I hope you enjoyed this craft and will come visit me at my site, spoonfulofimagination.com.   My greatest hope is that people leave my blog “imagining the possibilities!”

3 Responses

  1. Ashley Brooke says:
    wow, how cool! love this! new follower from the hop!
  2. Erin Spain says:
    Love this! It turned out so cute. Great post!-Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

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