Using a basic braiding
technique you can combine
4mm round Greek leather
with our Pave  clasps &
components for Licorice Leather and
achieve a completely new
design. 




Materials needed for this project (All available below)

  • 1 yard of 4mm Round Greek leather
  • 1 TCB 30 x 12mm Full Crystal Pave Magnetic Clasp for Licorice Leather
  • At Least 2 TCB 4.5 x 14mm Crystal Pave Slider Slice for Licorice Leather
Tools needed:
  • Super New Glue
  • Ruler
  • Sharp Scissors
  • Bent Nose Pliers (Not required, but makes life easier)
Instructions available on the bottom of this page

Easy Beading - Braided Licorice Leather Bracelet

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Greek leather offers consistent diameter, great strength, durability and flexibility.
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Greek leather offers consistent diameter, great strength, durability and flexibility.
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Greek leather offers consistent diameter, great strength, durability and flexibility.
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Easy to use cutting tool for the for Licorice Leather system
-Also works great for clean cuts on round leather
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Super New Glue Adhisive for Leather
-Works perfectly for attaching leather to metal
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Instructions

  • Cut your leather into 3 equal 12 inch pieces.
  • Place 1 Slice Spacer onto all three pieces of leather and push down, leaving approximately 1 inch. You may need to use your pliers to help pull the leather.
  • Braid your leather roughly 6.5 inches, and place the other slice spacer onto all 3 pieces to secure the braid.
  • You can add as many spacers onto the braided leather as you would like.



  • Use your pliers to pull the leather and tighten your braid. Note: Tightening your braid will lessen the amount of space between your sliders. You want this to happen. For a 7 inch bracelet, you will want to have 6 inches of braid between the slice spacers, pulled nice and tight.


  • Trim your leather to fit into the clasp, approximately 1/4 inch past the slicers.

  • Put your clasp ends on, holding firmly, try the bracelet on to ensure proper sizing.
  • When you are satisfied with the size, place a drop of glue into each piece of your leather ends,  place your leather into one clasp end and press it firmly into place and hold for one minute to secure.
  • Tip: You should keep your clasp ends separated while gluing and during dry time. Tip: You can trim your leather on an angle to get it all to fit into the clasp easier.
  • Repeat with the other end of your clasp.
  • Let the glue dry for 24 hours, and then push your sliders up against the clasp ends.
  • Enjoy!










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