Step 1: Supplies
- Leather Hole Punch
- Hammer or Rubber Mallet
- Scissors / Rotary Cutter
- Snap Setter (I purchased mine here)
- Painters Tape
- Leather (my cuff measured 8 1/4" x 3")
- Snaps - 2 sets (I purchased mine here)
- 131 Square 4MM Black Rhinestones
- 140 Square 4MM Orange Rhinestones
- 145 Square 4MM Yellow Rhinestones
- Glue (I used Eco-Flo Leather Weld which can be found here)
- Scrap Paper
- Hot Glue Gun
- Skewer (or some kind of stick)
Rhinestones: I purchased my rhinestones here in the following colors: 500 AB Square Rhinestone - Lemon, 500 AB Square Rhinestone - Orange, and 500 AB Square Rhinestone - Black. Since they are AB colors they have a cool rainbow effect and look awesome in the sun! They were about $5.00 each with free shipping, and will be enough to make 3 bracelets.
Leather: I purchased my leather here for $3.00. There is a store near by so I was able to get a remnant piece which was big enough to cut out 4 leather cuff pieces. If you don't live next to a leather store, upholstery shops will usually have some on hand or you could also use vinyl which you can find at most fabric stores.
Snaps: The snaps I bought were very easy to insert. I originally tried out another kind of snaps that are sold at most craft stores (you can find them here) and had a really hard time using them, I ruined quite a few sets and was never happy with the way any of them turned out. After looking online most people recommended buying expensive tools to set them properly. I was incredibly happy with the snaps I ended up using for this bracelet, they were super easy to install with just the basic tools and I didn't ruin 1 set : ) If you've ever had this problem as well I would recommend trying these out.