DIY Baseball Bracelet Tutorial

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Baseball season is right around the corner and this baseball loving family could NOT be more excited!!! Our 12 year old has already started baseball practice, our 4 year old will start his first year of t-ball, and we are already talking about what Ranger games we want to see! Obviously I have baseball on the brain and this DIY baseball bracelet was just enough to get my excitement going. 

diy baseball bracelet

DIY Baseball Bracelet Tutorial

DIY baseball bracelet


1. Using your craft knife, carefully cut around the edges of the stitching on the ball. Make sure you cut all the way through the leather.

Diy Baseball Bracelet


2. Cut all the way around on both sides of the stitching and then pull the leather back. The stitching piece should pull off fairly easily and all in one piece.

DIY Baseball Bracelet


DIY Baseball Bracelet


3. It will seem tedious, but you’ll have to take out the stitching to the appropriate length of the bracelet. Make sure not to cut the strings because you’ll use them again. Once the strings have been taken out, you can cut the parts of the leather off that will not be needed.

DIY Baseball Bracelet


4. Once you’ve cut the unneeded ends off, you’ll need to clean up the edges of the bracelet, which means you can cut as close to the stitching as you’d like, but MAKE SURE you don’t cut the stitching. It will absolutely ruin your bracelet. But, if you don’t cut the stitching you can make it as thin or wide as you’d like.

DIY Baseball Bracelet


5. When you have your bracelet the length you’d like, all you have to do is use the strings to tie a knot, to keep your bracelet on. You could even do something a little fancier and braid the strings together before you knot them together. 

6. Enjoy your little bit of baseball fun!

DIY Baseball Bracelet

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  1. I like this. I don’t really wear any jewelry but this is cute and creative and sporty. Seen on Whimsy Wednesday.
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  2. Cute! Shared on Facebook!
    Jasey´s last blog post ..DIY Monster Minion Hat

  3. That is a really cool idea! Love it!
    Lyuba@willcookforsmiles´s last blog post ..Show Stopper Saturday Link Party & Cookie Features

  4. Cute! Please come share your bracelet at the Bacon Time linky! I love jewelry tutorials.
    Mindie Hilton´s last blog post ..Easy And Frugal Spring Mantel

  5. I love this! I would have to find a knife, but I am pretty sure I have spare baseballs! Perfect for opening day in a few weeks :)
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  6. OMG this is so cool!!! I have never thought about cutting up a baseball. And with baseball season here, how perfect is it!!! I would LOVE it if you would link this up to my brand New Link Party!
    Thanks and have a great day
    Kat Ryan´s last blog post ..What Is A Smokey Eye?

  7. Thanks for linking to Create Link Inspire at The Crafty Blog Stalker. You have been featured and pinned! Thank you for sharing.

  8. wonderful post, very informative. I ponder why the other specialists of
    this sector do not understand this. You should continue your writing.
    I’m confident, you have a great readers’ base
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  9. Kate Ashton says:

    Is it supposed to be sticky? Love the idea though. Very cute for a birthday present do those teen boy who are at that awkward age. :)

  10. once you have removed stitching from ball how do you get the curve out of it?


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