Embellishing leather bracelets can be accomplished in so many ways. I've used metal stamps - see this tutorial - How to Make Gilded Stamped Leather Bracelets .  I also love riveting metal components to leather - here is my basic tutorial.

But you can also just stencil or ink stamp onto flat leather bracelets.  Check out this tutorial by Candie Cooper for Art Beads.

She uses acrylic paints to stencil onto the leather.  Scrapbooking rubber stamps are also use to transfer patterns using permanent ink pads.  I like how she punched holes "sewed" various findings to the bracelet using short lengths of thin leather cord. Neat idea for those of you who aren't into riveting.

She recommends sealing all paint and ink patterns with a leather sealer such as the Tandy Leather Eco-Flow Satin Shene.

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