Monthly Archives: September 2010

Leather Park

Leather Hole Puncher, Useful for Adjusting Belts and Different Crafts

This is the story of the belt hole puncher and the joy of new ways of expressing the creativity inside myself.

Firstly, I lost some weight and of course I was jubilant, until I slowly realized that I needed a new wardrobe. Now this sounds awesome, but finances just didnt permit it. That is when I opened up my sewing machine and started adjusting my clothes. This was a massive job, but in due course I completed every thing. When I tried on my belts, I knew that I had another difficulty. They were all too large and needed extra holes.

I am a enormous fan of Amazon.com because they sell just about anything a particular person needs and even offer you a cash-back guarantee. I was looking for a tool to make holes in fabric. Wow, was I blown away by their choice and decided to acquire a puncher that was better quality than the cheaper models. Boy oh boy, was that a wonderful choice! Not only did I get a high quality puncher for adjusting my belts, but they also sent me guidelines on other ways to use it. This is exactly where the creative juices started to flow.

I have a plain leather bracelet and with just a couple of punches, I designed a pattern in the leather. Now I have a vamped up additional accessory for my newly adjusted clothes! This was just the start. The opening flap of my handbag was the next to go through a transformation. I marked the areas exactly where I required the holes, punched them cautiously, then tacked thin leather straps through them, attached a handful of beads and PRESTO! – A new handbag!! The next item on my list is transforming my vinyl place mats by punching in a few patterns. I never believed this tool can make such a change in my way of thinking about the things around me. I started by making a couple of holes in my belts and this has evolved in me being a creative craftswoman!

I am so inspired by this modest item that has transformed my way of thinking about the things about me, that I encourage you to attempt it for your self. Click on the link below to order yours and see for your self how it performs. I hope you will be as impressed as I am.

BELTO is the best tool for cutting round holes in leather belts or watch bands
Straightforward to use with comfortable grip
– Head revolves for swift size adjustment
– Punch sizes: 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5
– Heavy duty brass anvil
– Higher hardness steel tube
– PVC dipped cushion grip handle for ease of use
– Black coating for durability

belt hole puncher
Protest against setting up of leather park – Tv9