Wednesday, July 23, 2014

AGL Summer Showcase & Giveaway Day 8


Welcome to the 8th day of Spellbinders paper arts
 AGL Summer Showcase & Giveaway.
Nearly two weeks of Fabulous AGL project tutorials!
I'm so excited to be sharing my second project for the event. 
Showcasing the new Bezels, Die cuts and Embossing folders
that were released at CHA  2014. 
One winner will have a chance to win all the Wrought Iron Texture Plate,
 The Hearts Die and the Hearts Bezel (small )
that I used in my sample by entering the contest at the bottom of my post.

One lucky Grand Prize winner will Win all the the Products featured during the entire Showcase.
The link is posted at the bottom of my post.

Leather & Lace Cuff Bracelet
Today I'll be sharing how to create this cuff Bracelet.


I am Showcasing Spellbinders/AGL
GLSB-001 Heart Bezel (small)
GLT-003 Wrought Iron Texture Plate
GLD-001 Heart Bezel Die
Supply List:

You Will Also Need:
  • Faux leather 10" x 4"
  • Alcohol Ink
  • Scrap of Lace
  • Sewing Machine
  • Craft Sponge
  • Ultimate Glue or other strong glue
  • Scissors
  • 3" of Rhinestone strand
  • Embellishment for center of Heart Bezel
  • Needle and Thread

Instructions:

Cut a piece of faux leather approx 4" x 10" 

Using the Wrought Iron texture run through the Artisan -X-plorer
Sponge on Alcohol ink, filing in all the design lines.
Fold over edges along sides and machine stitch. I made my cuff about 2 1/2" wide.

Use the A Gilded Life small Heart Bezel
Use the Heart Bezel die and a scrap of lace to cut out the heart shape
Glue the lace heart inside the Bezel.
Machine stitch a scrap of lace randomly at the center of the cuff.
Glue on the strand of Rhinestones around the outside of the heart. 
Use a needle and thread to stitch the heart in place along the top and bottom of the bezel.
Glue an embellishment in the center of the heart.
You can finish the back enclosure with snaps, buttons,Velcro, clasp or ribbon or how ever you see fit.

The finished cuff ready to wear.
I hope you have enjoyed the hop as much as I have!
Best of luck in the Giveaway!

I hoped you stopped by at  Lonnie's 
to enter her giveaway at
and don't forget to sign up for the Giveaway 
Enter here

     Questions?  ContestQuestions@Spellbinders.us.  No entries will be accepted at this email address.

57 comments:

Larisa said...

Lynn, your creative works are always fantastic! I love to see what you do every time :)

Hlora said...

Great project Lynn!

Maggie said...

Beautiful!

misteejay said...

This is beautiful Lynn. I love the texture you have given the 'leather' so there is interest to the cuff itself.

Toni xx

Inkypinkycraft said...

this is absolutely gorgeous ...what a beautiful make x

eyes2theocean said...

What a wonderful project! I would have never thought of doing anything like this. Thank you for sharing this.

Sar Tann

Crafty Auntie said...

Lovely bracelet. Thank you for sharing.

Heather Thompson said...

very neat project, pretty.

Gitte said...

Wow beautiful project.

Di said...

That is beautiful! Such a creative work of art. Di@Cottage-Wishes

Maryann Laursen said...

This is so gorgeous Lynn, I´m totally blown away with the beauty in this project, and one anybody can do, that´s so cool.

l.m.b. said...

Wow I need to try my embossing plates on new stuff!

Liz Lumsden said...

This is so pretty! I just have to make one of these...

Mrs B said...

Hi Lynn. Your bracelet is great, I love the embossing on it : ) Take care.

Sandy_in_MD said...

Love this bracelet - thank you so much for the detailed step by step tutorial.

TracyM #6773 said...

LOVE the texture,
LOVE the lace,
LOVE the heart & rhinestones too
... you could say that I LOVE IT ALL!!!
THANK YOU for the BEAUTIFUL & CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

Pandora said...

What an elegant, fast and fun project! Love the way you use alcohol ink to bring out the texture in the embossed leather.

Wendy said...

Beautiful work thanks for sharing. xx

Claudine Criner said...

Oh my goodness, this is wonderful, I love jewelry and this cuff bracelet is so pretty. Nicely done!

Cheryl in Wisconsin said...

This bracelet sings to my soul.

JKB said...

I really enjoyed your project and you made the instructions easy to follow. Would like to try it.

Sarah said...

What a beauty, Lynn!

Carolyn said...

What an abundance of gorgeous projects featured, Lynn. This one is fabulous and describing the techniques a real plus. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

Hugs,
C

bobbie said...

Beautiful cuff!

D.Ann said...

These gorgeous cuffs are my favorites of all the lovely projects!! Can't wait to try them. Thanks for the terrific idea!!!

sharon g said...

I love that heart, and how you used sparklies to decorate it. NICE.

Larina M. said...

Beautiful cuff bracelet! The lace and extra details are lovely! Thank You for sharing with us

barbara macaskill said...

What an incredible piece! I love the mixture of leather and lace and the pendant is gorgeous!! Would wear this proudly! Definitely a piece worthy off being the Grand Finale! TFS!

Terry said...

I am a winner every time I visit your blog! Lynn, I would expect nothing less than gorgeous from you and there it is again! Wow! Hugs, GF.

Julia said...

Lynn, your work is exquisite! I'm enjoying exploring your blog and seeing all the amazing things you've made. You're so creative!

Linda said...

Stunning! Love the look.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Love this bracelet. I see it as modern and up to date but still has a vintage look to it as well with that lace and beautiful way you embellished it.

Ruthie said...

Love the cuff! Beautiful work!

Carol McCready said...

Your cuff bracelet is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

I'm a Little Teapot said...

The bracelet is jaw-dropping gorgeous. Love all the details and the beautiful elements!

Stephanie said...

Great tutorial. This cuff is gorgeous. Each day I have been blown away with the projects.

D- said...

Thanks for sharing your BEAUTIFUL bracelet.
Crafty hugs,
D~
DesignsBydragonfly.blogspot

Loretta said...

The braclet is beautifulTFS

nattyboots said...

Loving your cuff bracelet ,it is so unusual, thank you for the excellent Tutorial .

Linda said...

Wonderful project and thanks for sharing.

Linda D.

Lura said...

so pretty, i love the leather and lace idea so much and of course all the other bling. thanks for the inspiration.

Robin B. said...

Wow, your cuff bracelet is stunning! I love the vintage look.

Benwah said...

Cuffs are so nice. Love the embossing.

Craftychris said...

This is awesome! Such an inspiring piece. I am going to have a go myself one day at something similar, it's such a cool idea! Thank you! xx

Conniecrafter said...

Love the texture in the bracelet and the lace inside the bezel is a neat touch to go with the background of lace, so pretty!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

As always simply stunning, dear Lynn. Thanks for the tutorial as well. Just picked up two of the bezels at a stampstore and can't wait to play with them:) Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Marie

Laura Strack said...

Oh Lynn, I love the idea of being able to emboss the faux leather for added texture or a pattern of choosing. This is a gorgeous bracelet and made with one of my favorite Spellbinders A Gilded Life Bezel! TFS!

Marlene Aulenbacher said...

Your cuff is simply beautiful. Anyone would love to wear it! AGL is one f my favorite releases.

Anke said...

Love it. Can't wait to make it.

salvage chica said...

What a fabulous project! I love Spellbinders bezels! They are all so pretty and you made a regal piece!

snowbear said...

Gorgeous!

Mona Pendleton said...

So very beautiful! Love all the rhinestones and detail! Thanks for sharing your creative process!

Jo said...

oh Lynn .... you alwaysmake it look so easy ... you have such an eye for beauty, i just love the way your projects come together!

Gio said...

Such a beauty! And look to how you created is wonderful. Love the lace, the heart and the contrast with the leather. A masterpiece, for me!

Mosaic Magpie said...

I saw the beautiful necklace Marie has created with your bezel!
Somehow, I had lost you from my reading list...my visits here have been missed.
Looking forward to getting caught up. Looks like a good time to come back with the giveaway and tutorial on the pendant!
Deb

Paper Profusion said...

This looks superb Lynn. Nicola x

pearshapedcrafting said...

Wow! This really is special! Love it! Chris:-)

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