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Tiny Leather Pouch

Miniature leather sacks, like this cute Tiny Leather Pouch, are extremely useful for gifting or even storing small items such as necklaces, earrings or rings. They can even help the tooth fairy with delivering a golden coin or two, in exchange for a pearly white!  This is a fun and easy craft that can be done by kids and adults alike.  Add a few beads to give it a sweet touch.

Fuse Creativity System Project Guide: Fun Party Themes, Ideas for Handmade Cards, and More Paper Crafts from Fiskars

 

You can find this project, as well as many others, in our free downloadable eBook, Fuse Creativity System Project Guide:  Fun Party Themes, Ideas for Handmade Cards, and More Paper Crafts from Fiskars!

 

 

 

mini leather pouches

 

Materials:

  • Fuse Creativity System Starter Set®
  • Three-piece Eyelet Setter Set
  • Beads to decorate the thread
  • Cotton thread or twine
  • Eyelets
  • Leather scraps

 

Instructions:

  1. Use the Scalloped Circle Design Set and cut the shape from leather scraps.

    Mini Leather Pouch
     
  2. Use your eyelet setter to punch small, evenly spaced holes around the outside of the leather shape.

    Mini Leather Pouch
     
  3. Next, set eyelets into the holes. This step is optional but it does create a lovely finish.

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  4. Thread cotton thread or twine through the holes, leaving the two ends long enough to thread on some beads.

    Mini Leather Pouch
     
  5. Threading beads onto the ends of the twine will make the pouch easier to close and will prevent knotting.

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  6. To close your pouches, simply pull on the drawstring and push the beads up the string. Wrap the excess ends around the top of the pouch and tuck them under the drawstring to secure.

    Mini Leather Pouch

    Mini Leather Pouch

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Leather is so underestimated in crafting! This is such a simple project, but looks as though it could be store-bought! And it's nice to know that the Scalloped Circle Design has uses broader than just paper.

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