This DIY has to be one of the simplest DIY projects ever but I figured why not share it anyways. I love bracelets and love stacking and mixing and matching them together. Both times I went to the Nashville Flea Market I picked up some leather cord. There is a guy there that sells it for $.50 a yard and you just never know when you may need it for a project! I went to Hobby Lobby to find the best and easiest clasp for this project. I found this pack of pinch clasps with lobster and chain that worked perfectly.
Step One: Start by wrapping the leather around your wrist as many times as you would want the wrap bracelet, I chose three times. Mark or hold where to cut and then cut the cord to size.
Step Two: Using pliers, hold the pinch clasp and insert one end of the leather cord. Make sure it is straight and lined up correctly and then clamp the clasp closed. Repeat on the other end.
With the small price of leather at the flea market and getting the 6 pack of clasps for half off, this bracelet probably cost me $1 or less! I can’t wait to go back to the flea market to get other colors of leather cord to make more of these simple leather wrap bracelets.
You can read more about this wood watch here.