I have been really admiring the wrap bracelet style I have been seeing for some time now, so me and my sister Rachel made it a recent Friday night project. I alway's have alot of scrap strip's of leather which are perfect for these kind's of project's. And you can buy a literal scrap bag of remnant's for around 6 bucks at Michael's or Hobby Lobby. Whatever your source you will need to cut a strip as long as you want the wrap. Also a leather punch ,or manual punches to be used with a hammer, bead's(i used turquois and siver), some embroidery floss, and a sturdy needle, and your component's or clasp of choice. The only part that requires patience is punching small hole's to sew on bead's since I found it way easier than sewing through tough leather. Oh and a good rotary cutter is essential to cleanly cut your strip of leather. We had fun as usual, and the variation's are only limited to your imagination!
This is all about my constantly crankin art makin mind and the wares that come from it.I thrive on the creative process and tried many a mediums.You never know what I will be working on next, but that's the fun and facination of it right? I also love the thrill of thrifting, garage sales and dressing up in my find's and fab vintage goodies. All that is art, antique,vintage, craft and lovely is good. "It's my bag baby"...and there's a darn good chance that bag'll be thrifted!ha! Enjoy