Added Dec 3, 2011
Salt Lake City, ...
Spray this side with glue now and position your buckle on top of the interfacing and begin rolling the edges to the inside of the buckle just like up top in the first mini tutorial. Again, I like to do the inside section first and then move onto the outside. Once finished, force the bottom buckle piece into the back of the top piece (add a little tacky glue if you like) and pinch very gently the corners of your buckle in place with a pair of pliers.
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