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Safari Couture Sunrise Bracelet
Thank you for viewing our archived gallery design. This design is in the gallery archive because we no longer stock some of the main items used to make this design and we don’t currently have suitable alternatives. However we didn’t want to remove the design completely as we thought it might inspire you. If you’d like to buy all the items needed to create a project please visit our main design gallery and browse our current designs.
Difficulty: No level set
Rating: 5 Stars
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What you will need...
Step 1: Cut the hair on leather to fit your wrist. Remember to account for the clasp as it is quite large.
Step 2: Mark the centre of the leather. Using the off cut of leather as a guide to get your crystals an equal distance from each other, mark down the leather to position your crystals.
Step 3: Use fabri-tac glue to attach your crystals over each dot. Leave the glue to dry.
Step 4: Separate the two parts of the clasp. Try placing the hair on leather into the clasp so you know how tight a fit it is. Now add a little glue to one part of the clasp. Try not to use too much glue or it will be difficult to insert the leather without spilling the glue.
Step 5: Repeat step 2, attaching the other part of the clasp to the other end of the leather. Allow the glue to dry before closing the clasp.