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When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

When is a braid not a braid? When you use this technique. Referred to as mystery, magic, or trick braiding, it involves manipulating a single piece of leather with two slits into a braided strip.

How to make a mystery braid leather cuff with no ends!  I have one of these, made in black leather, may try to make one in a dark brown.

How to make a mystery braid leather cuff with no ends! I have one of these, made in black leather, may try to make one in a dark brown.

"Using rocks they find around town, my kids love to make Pet Rock necklaces. They create silly faces and creatures on the rocks with acrylic paint, attach a bail (pendant base) to the rock with glue, then thread a strand of yard, ribbon, or waxed cotton cord through the bail. For one necklace, we even decoupaged a scrap of a dictionary page onto a stone. The kids enjoy hunting for just the right rocks and coming up with their very own designs." --Erin Shakespear of Cedar City, UT

"Using rocks they find around town, my kids love to make Pet Rock necklaces. They create silly faces and creatures on the rocks with acrylic paint, attach a bail (pendant base) to the rock with glue, then thread a strand of yard, ribbon, or waxed cotton cord through the bail. For one necklace, we even decoupaged a scrap of a dictionary page onto a stone. The kids enjoy hunting for just the right rocks and coming up with their very own designs." --Erin Shakespear of Cedar City, UT

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