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Native American style medicine by LilAngelWings014 Native American style medicine by LilAngelWings014
This is a leather fetish bag inspired by Native American Indians. Its made with real split suede elk leather and sewn together with artificial sinue. The little bear fetish stone is made of mother of pearl with blue seed beads hanging below it.

I am offering these for sale. I have a couple of different type stone fetish beads, semi-precious stones to put inside the bag, and different colored beads for the fringes. The bag itself with the fringes is $5. With beads or stone, $7. With both beads and stone, $9. If you are interested just post a comment or email me to sort out the specifics.

Note: These are NOT authentic Native American crafts. All Native American crafts are protected by the Indian Arts and Crafts Act in which the US law protects against passing off fake American Indian crafts as genuine. My bags are only inspired by Native Americans and are not authentic or genuine Native American Crafts in any way.
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SADTRIIIS Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
nice:]
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human-chassis Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
nicely done
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LilAngelWings014 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004
Thanks. I love working with leather. I am currently working on leather/rabbit fur mittens and mukluks
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OH-realmonsters Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2010
ew
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wolvenkitten Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
^ What a pointless comment...

Very beautiful I love making things with my hands as well, I like painting or dying the leather as well maybe using red berries or actual leather dyes.
I try to stick to natural products so I use wooden beads or ceramic.
Anyway, great job & glad you had fun :)
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