Leather-Tooling Cuff-Bracelet Class for One or Two at Tanner Custom Leather (Up to 56% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Novice artisans learn to stamp their own designs onto leather cuffs during a one-hour class, using provided tools and leather

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Basic tools and leather included; extra fee for stones, bling, spots, conchos, and deco extras. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $45 for a basic leather-tooling cuff-bracelet class for one (a $90 value)
  • $80 for a basic leather-tooling cuff-bracelet class for two (a $180 value)

Over the course of one hour, students learn to use stamps and other tools to mark a leather cuff with an intricate design of their choice. For an extra fee, they can choose to add stones and other decorations.

Tanner Custom Leather

K. Adam Tanner spent much of his childhood on his grandfather’s ranch outside Wilcox, Arizona, working with colts and cattle. He loved all the work, but there was one part of the cowboy lifestyle that especially caught his imagination: the intricately crafted leathers of saddles and tack. With the help of an uncle and a Tandy leather craft set that showed up under the Christmas tree one year, Tanner began to advance his skills as a hobbyist. Meanwhile, he got intimately acquainted with saddles from another angle—riding bucking horses in the rodeo ring. With an eye toward both comfort and flash, Tanner began to make custom rodeo accoutrements, fitting each saddle not only to its rider but also to the body of the horse, which was especially appreciated by his centaur customers. In addition to saddles, Tanner trains his leather skills on holsters, belts, chaps, briefcases, and even notebook covers stamped with ornate, swirling flowers and oak leaves.


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  • “beautiful showroom,open space for classwork, individualized instruction, great selection of items, friendly atmosphere”

  • “Enjoyed my class”

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    150 S Camino Seco

    Suite 119

    Tucson, Arizona 85710

    520-296-1105

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