If you are looking for a gift idea for a special man in your life, consider making him a leather wallet. This may seem complicated, but it is relatively simple and inexpensive.
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S elect a leather wallet kit. Amorosity recommends set because of its simplicity and the increased likelihood that the finished product will be evenly constructed. Kits also provide room for a wide range of features and come in prestamped or stamp variants. They are widely available online. The box should contain a pattern, a needle, waxed thread, a pre-assembled leather interior piece, and a Hullet leather back, or cover, according to Made Man.
P repare leather to be stamped. To stamp your wallet yourself (optional), you have to suck the leather wallet cover in water, âsaid Made Man. Let the skin air dry. It should be cool before touching.
D ecide whether you want a light or deep impression on your wallet. The deeper the impression you want, the heavier club you have to use, according to Made Man. Put the stamp on the leather side of the leather wallet cover. Start by placing the stamp and marking its position. Hold the stamp firmly and hit it with the club to make the stamp publisher.
A pply leather sealer to stamped wallet. This makes the wallet moisture.
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Wallets made of genuine leather look attractive and solid and, at first glance, are an ideal gift for a man or a woman. It is not a shame to give an expensive wallet as a presentation to a status and respectable person, and a bright and original one is an excellent option for a woman. We bring to your attention a simple master class, how to make a leather wallet-envelope for various trifles â phone, money, discount cards â for yourself or as a gift.
â¢ Lay the skin down on a flat surface with the wings facing up. Use a pencil and ruler to draw two rectangles measuring 7 inches by 4 inches and a smaller rectangle measuring 4 inches by 3 inches. Cut these shapes out with an X-ACTO knife.
â¢ Apply cement glue to a short edge and two long sides of the smaller rectangle. The glue should be on the wrong side. Place a small piece of glued side down on one corner of one of the large rectangles. It should be about 1/2 inch from the corner edges of the long piece.
â¢ Wait for the adhesive to dry. Use the syl to make holes along the three glued edges of little piece and the underlying long piece. Place the holes about 1/4 inch apart. Step a needle and pass it through the holes to sew the little piece to a long distance.
â¢ Place the two long pieces of leather together, the opposite sides. Make holes along the three edges of both pieces with a syl. Sew both parts together with needle and thread.