Scrap leather pieces, leather remnants, leather for crafts, 2 pound random selection

HeirloomLeathersmith

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Scrap leather pieces, leather remnants, leather for crafts, 2 pound random selection

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Handmade

Material

leather

Leather scraps, leather pieces, leather remnants, scrap leather for small projects.

This leather is mostly brown and black (more brown than black), but sometimes there may be other colors

What you get when you order is 2 pounds of this scrap leather (so if you order quantity of 2, you'll get 4 pounds, etc.). The leather is cowhide topgrain high quality leather, and it is the leftovers from when I make my journals and photo albums (check out my shop if you'd like to see).

It's important to me that I am not selling tiny unusable pieces, so I discard those. What I do is; I look at the piece, and ask myself "if i bought scrap leather, would I be happy receiving this piece?" If the answer is no, I won't sell it. Read the reviews to see what past customers have thought.

Let me know if you have any questions!

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 3–5 business days
From Hagerstown, MD
Returns accepted
Exceptions may apply.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (390)

Yes it is!
The photo albums are made with 67 pound cover stock acid-free paper. The pages are 5.5 by 8.5 and therefore can hold 3 x 5, 4 x 6, or 5 x 7 photos nicely (though if you want to use photo corners, 5 x 7 photos might be too large).

You can use photo corners, glue dots, or just plain glue to attach your photos to these pages. I recommend against liquid glue though, just because... well, because it is still paper! :)

My favorite is something called a "dot glue runner" (by AdTech), where you just basically "roll" glue dots onto the photos. I bind the pages sort of loosely , to allow for the thickness of the photo album to expand as you add pictures to it. So it should still look great once you've filled it up!
I have gotten leather from several sources, and they are usually top grain or full grain cow leather, typically upholstery or clothing grade. Which means that it is very soft, almost "buttery" leather (and smells amazing - you know what I mean!).

The point is, this is high quality real leather. It is important to note that with leather products, there may sometimes be some color variations, brand marks, etc. These "imperfections" add to the beauty of this material and should not be considered flaws (though usually the pieces are indeed free of imperfections).

I will not send you a poor quality item with giant holes in it or deep ugly branding marks, but please do be aware that some minor "imperfections" are possible.
Yes, the page numbers are including front and back. So the 80 page photo album will have 40 sheets of paper -- so counting front and back, it is 80 pages.
The embossing is done with a heated embossing machine, and foil. I can do CAPITAL and lowercase letters, numbers, and numerous symbols, including .,/?'";:()*&#@! and a little heart :)

One line is free, there is a small fee for second and third lines. Usually about 20 letters fit on a line but it depends on the letter. For example, I would not be able to fit 20 "W"s on a line (please don't do that, I don't have 20 W's anyway) :)
US customers:
Most journals and photo albums will be shipped via first class package service with the USPS; 1-3 day delivery time depending on your location (my location is Williamsport, MD).

Upgrading to priority mail may or may not speed up the process but according to USPS, priority mail is also 1-3 days to the US.

Upgrading to express will get the item shipped via Priority Express which is a 1-2 day AND allows for delivery on Sundays or holidays. Let me know if you have any questions!

International customers:
Orders shipped via USPS first class international service. Delivery times are all over the place, and influenced by your country's customs process as well as distance. 1-2 weeks would be a good estimate. :)

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