Add some DIY dazzle to your home with these fashionable Christmas Baubles made from quality leather offcuts.Emma Mapp is always on the lookout for ways to use up the scraps of leather leftover from her leather projects. As a means to reduce waste and create unique, festive decor, this project produces a Christmas bauble from a mix of colourful leather rounds. Get in the holiday spirit with this project that's fun to make and easy to cherish.
Each kit makes one leather bauble. Vegan option available, gold colour only.
What's in the kit?
- Leather discs x 90 (various colours) OR pinatex discs x 90 (vegan leather made from pineapples - gold)
- 7.3cm Paper mache bauble x 1
- "How-to" Instructions
How this course is taught?
What else do I need?
- A glue gun (optional) or strong craft/PVA glue
- An apron (optional)
- A cup or small pot to place the bauble in
Emma Mapp is a designer, a photographer and a risk-taker. Growing up in Namibia and South Africa, photography was a big part of her childhood with both her father and uncle frequently working with cameras. After being made redundant from her profession as a lawyer in the recession of 2009, Emma's passion for photography was reignited in a turning point for her life.
From unfulfilled city lawyer to full-time photographer and designer, Emma co-founded the London Photo Festival, set up Mapp of London which sells camera bags and hosts cyanotype workshops, and having her work featured in publications such as The Telegraph and the Metro.