Beachwear Necklace with earrings made using paracord Hello Friends, Since my first paracord project till now, I have become very very Knotty...LOL. I mean it, I have been trying and experimenting with knots a lot, especially the decorative ones. How to make a Paracord Bracelet.com Learn the Rattler Paracord Bracelet Braid, and make your own Paracord Survival Bracelet. There are many different Paracord braids, here are some of the most popular. The Cobra, King Cobra, Sidewinder, Viper, Rattler, Mamba, Fishtail, Boa, and Copperhead. The Cobra being the most popular, along with Fishtail, and King Cobra (which is the same braid as the Cobra, but braided back over the original). You will get a different look depending on what colors you choose, some bracelets look better using 2 light or dark colors of Paracord, and some look better using opposites shades of Paracord. Rattler Paracord Bracelet Braid instructions, see pictures below.
DIY Proenza Schouler Rope Necklace Lauren and I have been waiting for an excuse to use colorful bungee cords for some time now. And after seeing this Proenza Schouler necklace from their Resort 2011 collection, we jumped at the opportunity to recreate our own version of this amazing piece of jewelry! Start by cutting a 10″ and a 15″ piece of bungee (or climbing rope). Burn the ends with a lighter to prevent fraying. Then, wrap the middle sections with either twine or mason line using the friendship knot technique and use the hot glue gun to secure the ends to your bungee cord.
Wide Paracord Bracelet First step is picking your colors. The optimal types are 2 colors that contrast. Also for your side release buckle I recommend a 1" size. DIY Friendship Bracelet For several months now, we’ve been receiving emails requesting a friendship bracelet DIY. Well, friends, ask and you shall receive! Today, we’ll give you a step by step tutorial on the classic chevron pattern. If you used to whip up friendship bracelets like a champ in grade school and have since forgotten how, consider this a refresher course. And if you can make these with your eyes closed and arms tied . . . umm, can we still be friends? You’ll need:embroidery threada safety pin or tapea pair of scissors
How to Make a Two Color Cobra Knot Paracord Bracelet How to Make a Two Color Cobra Knot Paracord Bracelet For quite some time I have been very interested in learning how to make stuff using paracord, such as paracord bracelets, knife lanyards, key chain fobs & more since I have been into emergency survival preparedness since 2008 and paracord is a very useful item to have on hand during an emergency or survival situation due to virtually infinite number of uses it has. As much as I was interested in making things out of paracord, I simply never made the time to learn how until very recently and after having made a little over a dozen two color cobra knot paracord bracelets, I decided to share with my readers and followers this how to article on how to make two color paracord bracelets using cobra knots. When choosing your paracord, whether buying paracord online, or in a store, make sure that the paracord you're buying is type III 550lb seven strand. Type III 550 Paracord, Side Release Buckles & More <a HREF=" Widgets</A>
Featured Reviews: Make your own special: paracord, lanyards and fobs Introduction Lanyards, fobs, keychains and other accesories are not only practical but can be good looking ornamental items too. Custom made items have a special value, even more special if you create your own accesories; one of the nice things about creating your own lanywards, keychains and fobs is that with effort and dedication the end result can be far better than most of the commercial products you can get at the stores, you can use better materials, you can use better accesories, and you can customize the item to your needs. The items We are basically going to discuss the creation of keychain fobs, keychains, neck lanyards and wrist lanyads. You can use them for your keys, flashlights, knives, accesories etc.
DIY Project: Apple Stamp Table Runner With fall in full swing, it seems that everyone is heading out to their local orchard and picking apples. The after effects of those trips are an abundance of indulgent desserts flooding my Instagram feed. Instead of using all of the apples to make pies and other yummy treats, I thought why not decorate my kitchen table?