DIY Leather Heart

Knitting Patterns

My Favorite reader submission from last week’s craft party was this fabulous DiY leather heart. Made and designed by Mette from MonsterCircus, whose style I absolutely adore.

# 1. Leather Heart

By Monster Circus

This miss behind monster circus is Danish with a style truly of her own.  Look what she has fabricated today. Cut a cord of leather, fold and glue. Punch a bunch of holes and string through a military style bullet chain and voila, you have a Valentine gift that’s stunning. A leather heart necklace.

Mette’s 10 min DIY Valentine’s Gift

Photo credit: Mette, MonsterCircus

See, it’s really easy to make. But… could you have thought of that??! Well, not me. But Mette did. She’s great. OK. Maybe  you have thought of and created something equally great. In that case, I’d love to see what you have made too!

Creative Craft Party

Wednesday. Time for a Party. Party #52. We are now over 100 party guest strong, so hopefully we all get a lot more inspiration, and a wee bit more traffic from it all each week.

Benefits are for the taking. Are you tired of me telling you yet that visiting all 100 of you is my best treat of the week?! I learn a ton and get to know you all. (And yes, I know if you link back … or not. Good or bad karma… it’s yours.) Best of all I become REALLY inspired and walk away with tons of ideas of what to feature next on my blog & things I want to create of my own.

Fine Craft Guild

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DIY Tutorials

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