Leather Wrap Bracelets

I’ve got another quick and easy bracelet project for you today, friends!  Recently, I shared with you about my new addiction to making leather cuffs, and I showed you two bracelets you could make in less than five minutes.  Those were made with 10mm leather and wrapped around the wrist once.  Today, I want to show you how you can use the exact same technique to make stylish wrap bracelets…same process, different look!

Leather Wrap Bracelets with Charm

Leather wrap bracelets

{Thanks to my sponsor, Goody Beads, for providing the materials for this project.  All opinions are my own.}

– 5 mm flat leather, 16″ per bracelet
– sliders of your choice {mine are the Sand Dollar and Family Tree}
extra small pewter magnetic clasp, 1 per bracelet
– scissors
– jewelry glue

Leather wrap bracelets

The first thing you have to do is wrap the leather around your wrist twice and measure how long it needs to be for a comfortable fit.  Remember, the clasp will take up a bit of extra space, so be sure to figure that into your measurement.  Cut the leather.

Next, slide a charm onto it.  The sliders are available in different sizes, so be sure you choose one designed for 5 mm leather.

Leather wrap bracelets


Finish up by gluing each end of your leather into one side of the small magnetic clasp.  Once your glue is dry, which only takes a few minutes, your bracelet is ready to wear!

Leather wrap bracelets

You can wear just one, or stack them together!  The possibilities are endless, since the leather is available in so many different colors and there’s also a huge variety of sliders!

Leather wrap bracelets


Is this a style you can see yourself making and/or wearing?



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  1. Love these! I’m making an order on Goodybeads today, going to include these.
    THANK you for posting about Goody by the way! I had never used them & have now bought FANTASTIC leather findings from them I haven’t seen anywhere else.

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