I had just a few links of chain leftover from some past project or another, which was perfect for making a leather wrap bracelet with a touch of chain. I love using up the last bit of something. I may or may not have made a glass of chocolate milk once by pouring milk into an almost empty bottle of chocolate syrup, closing it up and shaking it all up. Bubbly, yes, but it worked!
Tools and Materials:
Thin strip of leather long enough to wrap loosely around your wrist 3 times
4 brass paper fasteners/brads
4 jump rings (wide enough to fit the leather strip)
Large chain, cut to 5 links long
Pliers (not pictured)
Begin by cutting the leather in half.
Slide one piece of the leather through the last chain link, about an inch through. Use hole punch to add hole to leather on the long end of the strip. Fold the leather over the chain link, and punch a second hole to line up with the first. Use a fastener through the holes to connect the leather.
Repeat on the other end of the chain with the second piece of leather.
Using your pliers, attach two jump rings to each part of the toggle clasp.
Slide the ends of the leather strips through the jump rings, and attach with the brads using the same steps above.