Unique 3Rd Wedding Anniversary Gifts Using The Traditional Material Of Leather

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Geometric patterns and translucent colors cause the Gelli Case to stand out in a crowd. Made with a flexible thermoplastic material, the Gelli Case absorbs impacts while providing a soft grip. click here will likely be offered in an array of bright, fun colors.

Open the book up flat. You will need one piece of old leather that is as wide and tall as the whole outside edges of the book. Be sure to add one about one two tow inches to this size.

Most of us have personalized checks, so it is only natural to take that a step further and personalize the books, too. You can skip the basic and single colored checkbooks and move right to the beautiful, designed ones that you want. Include names, designs, or anything else you want, making it simple for it to fit into your life. With the options and professionals out there, everyone has a place to go and way to get what they are after.

Now, you will need two more piece of leather to finish your leather book cover. These need to be the same eight as the last piece you cut, but only about half to 2/3's as wide as the cover of the book.

I'll finish with a small watch and jewelry travel box. This leather watch box and jewelry travel box for men is both handsome and useful. With storage for accessories and rings, plus a removable watch pillow, this small watch box provides storage on the go and careful storage of a valuable watch at home. If your graduate prizes his watch, then this could be the perfect selection. It lists at $90, and you can get it on sale for $72.95.

I took a long piece of green ribbon and folded it twice so that each end piece met and overlapped in the middle. As you can see in the photo, the green bow took up almost half of the headband. Then, I cut a smaller piece of green ribbon--just enough to wrap around the bow, to make the center. I hot glued them together in the back. Next, I wrapped the headband with floral wire just enough to cover the headband where I wanted the bow to rest, off to one side. Next, I added hot glue on top of the headband and floral wire where I wanted the center of the bow to rest. Then I hot glued down each underside of the bow.

Then start with individual pages of each family member. Include their photo, their letter, and something unique to them. For example, since I like to write, I could include a poem that I've written. For my husband, who plays the saxophone, I could include sheet music of his favorite song and a fancy sticker of a saxophone from the scrapbook aisle at my local craft store. Anything that suits that person would work perfectly.