Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover

Titanium White Colored Pencil:

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal CoverUse a titanium white colored pencil to bright the outer edges of the feathers, the eyebrows, and the tips of the mustache and beard. Whiten the eye area outside of the pupil.

Using either acrylic craft paint or nail polish, and a toothpick, create a few clusters of small berries throughout the design. Place a small puddle of each color on a piece of tin foil. Dip the end of the toothpick in the color, then touch the toothpick to the leather. Work one color at a time. Allow these colors to dry thoroughly.

Brush two to three light coats of satin leather sealer to your leather cover.

Lacing Your Leather Bullet Journal:

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover

Introduction:

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover
This journal uses three leather pieces to create the entire journal cover.

The front, pyro-burned, cover is laced to the center 3” wide joining leather piece.
The back and the printer journal pages are joined to the opposite side of the 3” wide joining piece.

A bamboo skewer is used on both sides of the lacing to add strength to joined areas.
These style of lacing allows you to fully open the cover to have easy access to the journal pages.

Supplies for Lacing the Cover:

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover

To join the front cover to the leather joining piece you will need one bamboo skewer cut to the width of the leather cover and about 2 yards of waxed linen thread. You can also use thin twine, 1/8” leather cording, or heavy weight crochet cotton.

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