Saturday, June 29, 2013

Another beautiful braided leather bracelet

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You may remember this braided leather bracelet I made.  When I got the cording for that one I also received some narrower leather cording from the same company.  I love bracelets…you can never have too many!!

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The cording is really easy to cut and glue the ends of the cording into the silver end caps. I added a few beads I already had to the grey strand. 

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There is one strand turquoise, one grey, and one a metallic teal color.  The color combination is really wonderful!   There are so many colors available in this fine leather cording, you can’t even imagine!

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I’m loving the arrow through the heart clasp!

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I may be linking to some of these great parties!

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9 comments:

Melissa said...

I love this :)

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Jennifer Dawn Oliver Shelton said...

This is beautiful! You really paid attention to detail...even down to the clasp.

BeBetsy said...

Great necklace!!

Thanks for sharing on the BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT. And for the LINK back to BeBetsy. -xo Happy 4th of July!

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Julie Corbisiero said...

Hi you did an amazing job creating this bracelet.
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Deborah Owen said...

Really like this!

Linda Bouffard said...

Pinned. Came from Diana Rambles Pinning party. Thanks for sharing. Linda

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Hoyby Crafts said...

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Jodi Durr said...

What a beautiful bracelet. Great works!

Hannah said...

I love leather jewelry! Leather can create a tough vibe, which I also love, but it looks amazingly delicate in those thin blue strips. I'd love to see these on Kollabora, the online crafting community!