Hey Friends! Did you know that you can cut leather with the Cricut Maker? I’m excited to share how you can make a Leather Bracelet with Cricut, so let’s get started!
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How to Make a Leather Bracelet with Cricut
I’ve shared leather projects in the past like the Make a NO SEW LEATHER PATCH with CRICUT and have made several bracelets as well, but this leather bracelet is the one I get asked about the most. I’m sure you have seen it in my videos, and I’m happy to share how you can make your own. So let’s get into it!
What you will need:
Deep Point Blade (recommended)
I created a quick video to show you the process of cutting and assembling the bracelet, check it out below:
Let’s walk through the steps…
Open the design in Cricut Design Space. Resize as needed for your wrist. Load the leather onto the strong grip mat with the smooth side down.
Move the white wheels over to the right. And switch your blade to the deep point blade. You can use the fine point blade but you will need to cut the bracelet more than once to cut through nicely.
Load the mat, select Cricut Genuine Leather as your material, and select More Pressure. Cut.
Once done, remove the leather and add snaps to fit your wrist using the snap tool.
And that’s it! What do you think? You can make this in any color of leather you like! I hope you give this project a try!
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