Movember Belt Buckle Tuning





Introduction: Movember Belt Buckle Tuning


Well...No shave November has come so I'm bringing you this instructable.

If you are participating and letting grow your epic beard or you are a lady who likes beard, or you just want to make an easy and cool looking fashion accessory, then you came to the right place!

Step 1: Things You Will Need

  • thick leather
  • scissors, knife
  • paper and marker
  • thread and needle
  • leather belt with buckle

Step 2: Design

First step is to make some sketches of future design.

I have drawn one half of the mustache and than fold it half, so it could be symetrical.

After that just cut it as a future template.

Step 3: Some Leatherworking Now..

Now just put your template on the piece of leather and trace it down. After that cut it out of leather.

Then I used a blunt knife to create this easy motif on the mustache.

At the end, be sure to make holes in the upper and lower part of the centre.

Step 4: Needleworking..

As a next step, take your needle with thread in it and just simply sew the mustache to the belt buckle ;)

Step 5: Proudly Wear It!

As a final step, put your belt to your trousers and wear it with pride!

You can also burnish the leather, wax it, paint it..whatever comes to your mind :) I like it just as it is.

Well I hope you enjoyed this instructable and I'll be glad for any comments!

See you next time ;)



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Hi! :)

No, I didn't die. I just haven't much time lately. Taking photos while making something took me a lot of time. And also I started to make illustrations and tattoos.

But your comment somehow kicked me, so I want to come back and make some cool instructable again!

Thanks a lot friend!

Beard Buckle? But isn't that a mustache?

Well..point taken.. You are right... I was taking beard as general

Thanks :D I love it too...In fact I'm thinking about making it from sheet metal

If you have access to a furnace, this would be awesome cast in bronze.

I live in an appartment so sadly I don't :/ But it's a great idea!