Airbrushing leather 2

Upon request I started to put together a library of airbrushing leather moments. Here you’ll find a Sheridan styled and tooled flower sprayed in my unlucky color blue. Ironically my favorite color just the hardest to work with in my World. The piece in question is a business card case expanded to a wallet. 😉

Across Leather’s latest bounty in handmade leather dog collars

Superstition bearded Irises

Superstition bearded Irises

Irish themed collar for Beamish, leather dog collars,pet accessories,handmade,hand tooled,new castle DE,lawrence carter author

Irish themed collar for Beamish

Shamrocks keychain

Shamrocks keychain

dog collar pictured, custom tooled, handmade,thick,sturdy,unique collars new castle DE,acrossleather

Tribal themed leather dog collar. 1 1/2″ wide by 17.5 to center hole

Irish themed collar for Beamish

Irish themed collar for Beamish

Ghillies newly handmade leather custom tooled dog collar

Ghillies newly handmade leather custom tooled dog collar and is still under construction. Gearing up for a second attempt on a 2009 Corvette on leather. I still have stitching for all three in front of me and more color. 

Blood pressure yesterday under a 100 but feeling good. Delawares Hospice program now deems if your not basically dying within 6 months with the exception of cancer you’re not eligible after health assessment. The program is wonderful and everyone involved is to say the least, very professional, concerned and kind. For of those who cherish life above dirt it’s a double positive. Live everyday.

2014 leather bounty

Word press been so gracious to put my year in review together for my blog here. Word press rocks! I love these folks here! Well Google’s done the same and thought I’d share it here too 😉        Across Leather

Lawrence Carter

2014 in review @acrossleather

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,800 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.