Bracelet Luv reconnects beads with their histories and creates wearable pieces of art.
My love for hand-work was home grown. I spent long hot summers with my grandmother in a tiny farm town in central Illinois. Together we traveled from farm to farm visiting grandma’s female friends. The women shared their stories and what they made, a garment, a pie, a beautiful batch of garlic dill pickles; they were ceaseless makers and proud of their work.
Today in that same tradition of ceaseless makers, I hand weave leather wrap bracelets using vintage & re-purposed beads, semi-precious & natural stone, crystal, handmade & hand-carved beads, freshwater pearls, ethnic beads & any other beautiful bead that's awesome. Traveling to art shows is good for my inspiration and creativity, it's good for my wanderlust, my spirit and my soul. It's a win-win-win.
Regarding Repairs ~ Stuff happens, I get that.
I've been proudly making and selling handmade leather beaded
wraps for almost 10 years.
I've had VERY few problems with customers bracelets breaking over the years. That said, my bracelets are hand-crafted using leather, which is a natural product. Over time allowing for normal wear and tear, the leather may break down. IF you want the bracelet fixed, know this,
there is no "fixing " the original bracelet.
I need to completely remake your bracelet from scratch.
Please read the following before contacting me to remake your bracelet. I am want you to be happy. Happy customers are the best form of advertising for any small business.
REPAIR POLICY: Bracelet Luv and the new bracelet owner recognize that handcrafted beaded leather wraps made by Bracelet Luv are constructed using real leather, which over time can wear and come apart.
ONE TIME ONLY: Bracelet Luv will make an entirely brand new wrap using beads and button from the original bracelet and replacing the broken leather with a brand new leather.
The bracelet owner will pay for shipping both ways the first time it is necessary to repair the broken bracelet. The bracelet owner will include a self-addressed stamped postage paid envelope when returning the bracelet to be repaired.
SECOND TIME: If it becomes necessary to replace the bracelet a second time, the bracelet owner will pay for half the cost of the original bracelet plus shipping both ways.