White Distressed 'HOPE' Upcycled Leather Bracelet Cuff, adjustable
"Hope is being able to see there is indeed light in spite of the darkness" ~ Desmond Tutu
This bracelet is part of Jen Hatmaker's 2018 Top 12 Favorite Give-Back Companies Podcast. Listen to the podcast here.
"It's made with recycled and upcycled leather belts and each one's kind of unique. They're not all the same. Because they use them like that, your cuff may be distressed or even have some buckle holes in it, which I love. I'm thrilled when I get a buckle hole. That just adds to the charm to me. These feel really, really vintage and special. They range from one-inch to one-and-a-half-inch wide. They have two different snap settings, depending on what your wrist size which is great because I think I kind of have a big wrist." ~Jen Hatmaker
Arrives gift boxed with a piece of dark chocolate!
UPCYLED = UNIQUE
The bracelet you receive will be slightly different from the one pictured. This is because we use RECYCLED & UPCYCLED leather belts, giving each one unique character and charm! Because we use upcycled belts, your cuff may be distressed or even have buckle holes... reflecting the uniqueness of that particular belt. We consider this a plus & hope you do too!
Appx. Width 1-1.5", two snap settings
Choose your TIGHT wrist size in the drop down menu. We'll add the wiggle room.
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ESSENTIAL OIL ADDICTS: Did you know? Leather is a fabulous diffuser! Dab a little inside your new bracelet for all-day delight!
BEYOND THE BRACELET:
Thank you for supporting Create Hope Cuffs - did you know a portion of this sale goes to bring literacy to children around the world. See, look at you being all GIVING & inspiring kids around the world to be the best they can be - SO MUCH MORE THAN A BRACELET, RIGHT?
Caring for your Create Hope Cuff: Our leather is stained & sealed, but will show some wear over time. Most people like this 'shabby' look. To keep your leather & snaps looking fresher longer, be sure to keep them dry.
With frequent wear, the black stain within the lettering may fade. Want to give it a refresh? Simply use a black sharpie. Be sure to wipe off any excess quickly, but if the sharpie dries where you don’t want it, use a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol to remove the extra.