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Topic: Spiked and studded black leather wedding bracelet  (Read 485 times)
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BelleMorte
« on: March 18, 2013 01:13:55 AM »

My soon to be sister-in-law asked me to make her a black leather bracelet for her wedding.  She said she wanted a bracelet 3 inches wide that had spikes on it.  Those were her specifics; the rest was up to me.  I found some lovely leather scraps from Tandy Leather Factory, a buttery soft black leather and a nice patent strip, that I used to make the main body of the bracelet.  I used a black suede trim to make the underside.  I already had the spikes and pyramid studs so all I needed was an eyelet kit.  I originally planned to use lobster clasps for the closures but didn't like them with the finished piece so I made two hook clasps.
The finished piece is a surprise for her.  I didn't share any works in progress pics so I really hope she likes it.  I should know any day now.

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