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on: October 12, 2009 02:50:00 PM 
Started by donniesgirl, Message by deadbathducky
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I haven't done studs yet, but it's the same basic concept as putting in a snap (possibly easier), and I know how to do snaps.

I'm not too varied in my leather skills, I know belts and bracelets and coin wallets. But with two sets of alphabet stamps and a few different colours of dye and acrylic paint you can get a lot of variety in what you can make.

on the studs issue, they are kinda easier then snaps. 1 piece for each stud.

another way to do studs is to use split pins. i had this bag to stud in the RHPS swap and didnt know how i was going to do it(i had the wrong studs at the time and couldnt find any in the shops)

i made a small cut in the seam of the lining and then poked the pins through and "split" the backs lol(use a nail file or something to split the backs so your fingers dont hurt lol).then sewed the lining back up. it takes more time then normal studding but worked fine Grin
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