Free Spirit Leather Wrap DIY Bracelet Kit - Blue

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Made in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Create the Free Spirit Leather Wrap DIY Bracelet Kit designed by Tory Vezina. Memory wire helps holds this bracelet’s shape to wrap a wrist in luxurious leather. Features intricate TierraCast® floral and rose pewter beads, and silver-plated round beads for a global feel. Fits wrists up to 8”. All materials are included except for the tools. Includes step-by-step instructions. Tools needed: memory wire finishing pliers, memory wire cutter, and leather cutter/scissors.

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Easy to follow directions. Thank you!
May 16, 2018 by Lynn
Shipped quickly, bracelet was very easy to put together and all components were really pretty
May 25, 2017 by Art

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