Rhinestone Leather Bracelet

I have been trying out products from The Buckle Boutique.

Today, I'm using the Heat Set Rhinestone Fabric. Here's what they have to say about the fabric:

is the most girly rhinestone fabric ever! It is made of beautiful
acrylic stones in pink, blue, yellow, orange and green that are set in
an aluminum backing. There is a heat activated adhesive or hotfix on the
It can be easily cut.
The hot
trend for fall is wrap bracelets. I used a leather cord and the heat set
rhinestone fabric to create this beautiful accessory.I used a smooth leather cord, but I think a suede cord would work even better and still look just as luscious.


First by cutting a length of leather cord. I cut about 24", but it can be as long as you like. Then I snipped, (with regular scissors!), the rhinestone fabric into 1.5" or 2" single strips.

Next, I pressed the Rhinestone Fabric with a household iron on a medium heat setting. I pressed it for 10 seconds, then checked the strip. If it was not tight I applied the iron again.
So simple, no hammers needed to set studs, no tweezers needed to position rhinestones.
I am in love with this material. I think this bracelet came out so cute, I hope you do too!

Look it sparkles in the sun, so it's like a great Halloween accessory if your a Vampire. Lame reference. Have a great weekend.

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2 Comments on Rhinestone Leather Bracelet

  1. Lori Apgar
    October 4, 2013 at 11:24 am (3 years ago)

    I LOVE these bracelets!!!
    So glad you are joining us at The Buckle Boutique!!!

  2. Kay
    October 7, 2013 at 4:02 pm (3 years ago)

    I just found your blog through the instagram linkup over at Everything Emily’s blog, and I am in love with everything you post! Your blog is adorable and i’m definitely adding it to my reader.
    I saw on your about me page that you live in Pennsylvania? I always get so excited when I find other bloggers that live in PA, no one ever seems to live here, lol. Which part do you live in? I’m about 30 minutes away from Harrisburg.


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