26 March 2014

A LEATHER + COPPER KEYCHAIN

I spent Sunday afternoon teaching a Topaz + Arrow workshop (our Leather, Branches, and Hooks: Handmade Jewelry Organizer class was SO fun – I'm stoked to share photos soon!), and since then I've had all things leather and copper on the BRAIN. I couldn't resist throwing a little something together with the leftover materials; here's some quick + easy project inspiration for your Wednesday afternoon.

a strip of leather (width will depend on weight) /// a section 1/4" copper pipe /// key rings /// scissors

Slip the leather through the key ring, then pull both ends through the copper tubing. You'll want it snug so the tubing doesn't move: heavier pieces of leather will need to be slender, but thinner leather can be nice and fat. Slide the copper as close to the keyring as possible. Fringe it, dip it in metallic paint, or leave as is.

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