Good morning and happy Monday! You may remember I promised to show you a few 10-minute-or-less projects while I’m home with my babies (okay, one is a big girl, but you now what I mean) and I have a fun, simple leather wrap bracelet to show you today.
What you will need:
I will leave links to the supplies I used for this project in case you want to check them out for yourself. These are not affiliate links; I don’t get anything if you decide to make a purchase – but because so often readers ask where to find certain specialty supplies, I want to share where these came from. I haven’t seem most of these in craft stores. (And thank you Goody Beads for the care package!)
- 13 inches (or more!) of 5mm leather – you want approximately 6.5 inches of length for each wrap. This is a double-wrap bracelet, so I used 13 inches.
- Beads with 5mm holes (I especially love these beads you can attach a charm to) – I used a mix of metal and ceramic beads
- 5mm End Cap Clasp Set
- Jewelry Glue
I used about a half dozen beads for each wrap. That was enough to give it a minimalist look – you can certainly use more or less beads for whatever look you enjoy.
Then – just glue on the end caps! These caps will clasp together and don’t need any additional findings.
Then, I attached a small butterfly charm to the bead with the ring to add a little something extra – and it’s ready for wear!
The end result is a really simple bracelet perfect for fall! What are you making for your back-to-school wardrobe?