DIY: Leather Studded Wrap Bracelet


By Blerona,

Leather and nailheads are all the rage this season, and I don’t think there going anywhere next season either. Join the fun by making your own leather studded bracelet, its just three easy steps to becoming part of a massive fashion trend.

I had some braided leather cord, and left over nailheads lying around, thinking of something to make I decided on a bracelet. It’s simple and easy and a great way to get creative with leftover trimmings. I hope you enjoy this DIY.






Step 1: Cut the Vinyl Braid to 26inches

Step 2: Take one of the two pieces from the closure and sew one end of the braid to it. Then sew the other end of the braid to the other closure (Make sure you place the braid on top of the closure when sewing)

Step 3:  Take the one SS30 nailhead and push the prongs through the braid and leather closure, (push the prongs inward to aviod stratching when wearing) now the other closure. Finally place SS20 nailheads on sections of the braid. (I used 14 but you can put as many as you like)

7 comments on “DIY: Leather Studded Wrap Bracelet

  1. Ana says:

    thanks for sharing, i was wondering how to make a leather bracelet, but I didn’t know how to go about finding a closure and attaching it

  2. liz jones says:

    I think I am going to have to try this!!
    Thanks for sharing on how to make it.

  3. It is my pleasure to read this page, I look forward to reading more.

  4. Daisy says:

    Good information. I have recently started making wraps and getting them on etsy. Let me know what you think.

    Visit DaisyBead

  5. Bracelet says:

    Very informative post! I am going to have a try on this really interesting and innovative thanks for the share. Keep posting!

  6. Check out our DIY belt bracelets made from your old belts!—

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