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Licorice Leather Bangle Bracelet Project

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Part Number:PROJ-SS-187
Licorice Leather Bangle Bracelet Project
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About This Project

When we first got this licorice leather finding in, it was love at first sight for me. I have made this bracelet a couple of times and I couldn't love it more! It is very simple and is a very stylish classic.

Author Shanna Steele
Shanna Steele
Auntie's Beads Designer

  1. Position your hand as though you are about to slip on a bangle bracelet. Use your wrist gauge to measure your hand in this position. This will determine the length you need to cut your licorice leather.
  2. To cut your licorice leather, double the measurement indicated by the bracelet gauge. So, if your hand measured 8 inches when in the correct position, cut your leather so it is 16 inches long.
  3. Apply a dab of Zap-a-Gap to the inside of one of the ends of the licorice leather finding. Insert one end of the licorice leather into the finding. Allow a few minutes dry time.
  4. Run your licorice leather through the hole in the middle of the licorice leather finding then down towards the open hole in the finding.
  5. Apply a dab of Zap-a-Gap to the inside of the open hole in the finding. Insert the end of your licorice leather in the hole. Allow a few minutes dry time.


Tools and Materials Needed:

Licorice Brand Leather By The Inch, Black (15 to 18 inches depending on hand size)
Antique Silver 3-Hole Bangle Finding for Licorice Leather
Bracelet Size Wrist Gauge, Metal
BeadSmith Little Cut Tool for Licorice Leather
Zap-a-Gap


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Questions and Answers

Q: How does the bracelet open/close to get it on/off wrist? I can't really discern from the pic. Thanks!
Asked by: Melissa Newcomb - 11/19/2014
A: It slides on and off as a bangle. That is why Shanna says to measure your hand in the position as you are sliding on a bangle to get the correct length of leather you need to use to make it.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (11/19/2014)

Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Licorice Brand Leather, Black, 8"
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Licorice Brand Leather, Pink, 8"
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Licorice Brand Leather, Mink, 8"
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Licorice Brand Leather, Brown, 8"
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Licorice Brand Leather, Silver, 8"
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Bracelet Size Wrist Gauge, Metal
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BeadSmith Little Cut Tool for Licorice Leather
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Zap-A-Gap Quick Drying Adhesive, .5 oz
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