Making this leather bracelet is a breeze! Before you begin, you will need a leather hole punch for this project. You can purchase one through Rio Grande. This tool is very handy and can be used for a variety of leather jewelry projects.
Cut two pieces of leather to length. Marcy used our wide and medium deer hide leather to achieve this look. Take your hole punch and punch a series of holes in your medium (1cm wide) piece of the leather. Alternating the size of the hole you punch will create further visual interest and depth. Marcy’s design focuses on basic geometric shapes and straight lines. Take sharp scissors and shape the edges of your freshly punched leather or leave the edge crisp and straight. To finish this look, simply attach your leather strips to our wide crimp clasp.