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DaniaChicago
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How To Make A Studded Bracelet
It wasn't until recent that I fell in love with studs...on shoes, on jackets, on purses, on bracelets...
I thought I'd share this quick and easy diy for you to put together that is both fun and stylish!

Supplies:

Leather scraps
studs
snap components
hammer
scissors
IDEA:
Find these supplies in one spot on Etsy or Amazon since most stores don't have leather remnants or scraps.

Putting it together:

1. Cut out strips of leather about 3/4-inch wide and an inch longer than you wrist's circumference. At each end, round the edges of your leather strips.
2. Take a stud and push it, prong side down, onto where you want it placed on your leather. The prongs will leave a small indent in the leather.
3. Take an X-Acto knife and make a small incision where each indent appears (make sure to have some cardboard or a cutting mat underneath your bracelet).
4. Push the stud prongs through the incisions and fold the prongs flat once the stud is in place. Continue until you have added all the studs you want. I usually use 8 or so studs.
5. Make another small incision at each end of the bracelet and attach the snap components on each end.
6. Double check to make sure your snaps are facing each other correctly and use a snap setter and hammer the snaps together.
4. Push the stud prongs through the incisions and fold the prongs flat once the stud is in place. Continue until you have added all the studs you want. I usually use 8 or so studs.
5. Make another small incision at each end of the bracelet and attach the snap components on each end.
6. Double check to make sure your snaps are facing each other correctly and use a snap setter and hammer the snaps together.
If you've made these before and want to brag about it, please do so in the comment section of this card below. I would also love to see your creations! Click here for more cute projects.
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