A great gift for Christmas, as a stocking filler or just for yourself if you are quite crafty! The star kit contains the leather cut to size, antique brass finish rivets and string so all you need to do is hole punch and rivet! You will need a rotary hole punch, mallet & small anvil (not essential) and cutting mat as well as a ruler and sharp knife or scissors. Each kit comes complete with enough pieces for 3 stars in 3 different colours (3 pieces). You can mix and match if you like! The Finished stars measure approximately 12cm tall by 12cm wide by 1cm deep. *Please specify your choice of colours when you order* options are: tan, red, burgundy, green, nude (light pink), blue IF YOU DO NOT SPECIFY COLOURS YOU WILL BE SENT A RANDOM MIX OF MY CHOOSING. Please make sure an adult supervises children under 10 years using this kit, due to the use of sharp knives/scissors.

What's included in the price?

The leather bauble kit contains the leather cut to size and 15 antique brass finish rivets, 5 for each star so all you need to do is hole punch and rivet press! Postage is also included in the price.

What you will need

You will need a sharp knife, metal ruler and cutting mat, hole punch and mallet (plus a small rivet anvil if you have one although this is not essential).




Rosanna Clare

with Craft Courses since 2016

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My designs are mainly influenced by geometric shapes and Art Deco design. I've built up a wide range of skills and now have the luxury of time and space to make my own products and to experiment with techniques and styles. Ultimately though, I love passing on my passion for leather craft to other people by running a series of workshops. I cater for both individuals with 1 to 1 tuition and groups at my Surrey studio or larger groups at other venues so email me if you'd like more information.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Teenagers
  • Children
  • Wheelchair users
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Fairs, festivals & exhibitions
  • Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
  • Christmas
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