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Marbled Leather Card Holder Kit (Seconds): 3-Pack Bundle

BEGINNER MAKE TIME: 30 min

Make your own leather card holder! This minimalist design is low on fuss and high on function. It features vegetable-tanned leather, brass rivets, and two slots for stashing cards and cash. All you need is a metal dot anvil, a hammer, and a hard surface to set the hardware. 

The leather in these B-Grade has minor imperfections, such as stretch marks, bug bites, or other textural blemishes. Over time, the vegetable-tanned leather will darken, taking on a weathered patina, and these imperfections will become less noticeable. We recommend protecting your leather with leather salve, available below. NOTE: FINAL SALE! 

Sold in a 3-pack: (Does not include individual packaging + comes with only one set of printed instructions.)

Dimensions: 3” W x 4 1/8” H

NOTE: Your 3-pack may not contain the exact color or patterns pictured in the photos.

ADD TOOLS + SUPPLIES

Essential

ADD

  • · Dot Anvil
  • Necessary for setting hardware

  • · Dot Anvil
  • Necessary for setting hardware

+$3

Recommended

  • · Bone Folder
  • For scoring and pressing fabric + leather

  • · Bone Folder
  • For scoring and pressing fabric + leather

+$9
  • · Leather Salve
  • For conditioning + water-resistance

  • · Leather Salve
  • For conditioning + water-resistance

+$10
  • · Horsehair Buffing Brush
  • For applying the leather salve
  • · Horsehair Buffing Brush
  • For applying the leather salve
+$5
  • · Flannel Buffing Cloth
  • For buffing the leather salve
  • · Flannel Buffing Cloth
  • For buffing the leather salve
+$5.50

In this video, Ellie will teach you how to condition, stamp, and construct your wallet!

This kit includes all of the leather and hardware needed to make your wallet.

  • · (1) Pre-cut, hole-punched leather piece
  • · (4) Brass double-cap rivets

    NOTE:In order to complete this project, you will also need a metal dot anvil (which can be added to your kit above), a hammer, and a hard surface. Optionally, we recommend using a bone folder to crease your leather and conditioning with leather salve for water-resistance. 

To protect your card holder, we recommend conditioning it before you make with leather salve.

This wallet is made of vegetable-tanned leather and is very durable. Some natural variation of color and texture is expected. The leather is a light tan color when new and will darken in color over time. The texture will also soften with use, developing a beautiful, worn-in patina. 

Because veg-tanned leather is not water-resistant, we highly recommend conditioning and protecting your wallet with leather salve, which can be applied with a horsehair brush and buffed with a flannel cloth. (Option to add to your kit above.) To learn more about leather care, visit our blog

VIDEO TUTORIAL

In this video, Ellie will teach you how to condition, stamp, and construct your wallet!

KIT CONTENTS

This kit includes all of the leather and hardware needed to make your wallet.

  • · (1) Pre-cut, hole-punched leather piece
  • · (4) Brass double-cap rivets

    NOTE:In order to complete this project, you will also need a metal dot anvil (which can be added to your kit above), a hammer, and a hard surface. Optionally, we recommend using a bone folder to crease your leather and conditioning with leather salve for water-resistance. 

LEATHER CARE

To protect your card holder, we recommend conditioning it before you make with leather salve.

This wallet is made of vegetable-tanned leather and is very durable. Some natural variation of color and texture is expected. The leather is a light tan color when new and will darken in color over time. The texture will also soften with use, developing a beautiful, worn-in patina. 

Because veg-tanned leather is not water-resistant, we highly recommend conditioning and protecting your wallet with leather salve, which can be applied with a horsehair brush and buffed with a flannel cloth. (Option to add to your kit above.) To learn more about leather care, visit our blog

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