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About Sperrier

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    Leather Working, Camping, and Computers

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
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    leather tooling and dyeing projects of any kind
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  1. I saw those but wasnt sure how well they would adhere to leather. I will use those next time as it does take alot of glue to cover an 8"x8" or larger area.
  2. FYI . instead of suede backing, I used black craft foam sheets available at any craft store or walmart. I had no issue with the contact cement adhering to it and it looked more like a typical mouse pad since it does not need sewing.
  3. it works without issue. i used super sheen to seal it which I thought might help the light reflect.
  4. Here is my first attempt at a mouse pad. I made several of them as gifts. This has given me confidence to move on to more projects for sure.