Passport Holder, Leather DIY Kit, personally crafted, Experience in a box

£ 55.00

Passport Holder, Leather DIY Kit, personally crafted, Experience in a box

£ 55.00
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Looking to craft something unique yet essential? Make your own passport holder with our beginner kit: easy and sooo therapeutic to make. We’ve left the essential stitching and burnishing bits for you to learn and do while we’ve carefully cut all the leather pieces for you. Keep in mind though.. you might get addicted to stitching after this!

If you want to fly extra miles with your significant other, give them your handmade passport holder and watch them gush over your thoughtful gift. Or, learn to make and stitch them together as an enjoyable bonding experience. Enjoy every journey with your passport holder as it’s made of full grain vegetable leather which develops a rich patina over time, softly reminding you of your life’s adventurous trips. Simply pick your favourite colour and personalise your passport holder to add your touch and it’s yours forever!

P.S. You get a free gift with this beginner kit - a personally crafted leather keyring kit, just for you.

Package includes:

- Pre-Cut Italian Vegetable Tanned Cowhide
- 2 Binder Clips
- 4 Colour Options of Handmade Waxed Thread
- 2 Leather Stitching Needles
- 3 Canvas Cloths
- 1 Silver Keyring Loop
- An Illustrated Learner Guide Booklet
P e r s o n a l i s a t i o n

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Passport Holder Closed Dimensions: 10 x 14.5 x 1.5 cm
Box Dimension: 23 x 15.7 x 2.8 cm (Basically A5)
- Premium Italian leather, tanned using 100% Vegetable extracts
- Passport Sized Pocket
- Easy access side pokey for travel documents and tickets
- Easy compact box that will fit straight in your letterbox
- Easy to follow instructions
- Plastic-free, FSC certified Packaging
- Free keyring kit in each kit
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Made by hand in England