DIY CHAIN CORD BRACELET
I love giving (receiving) gifts during the Holiday season. It gives me that happiness and excitement. Especially if you gave so much effort in picking/making the gift you’re gonna give. Doesn’t that just make you feel the hype of giving? Christmas is fast approaching and I still don’t have anything to gift my friends and cousins with. If you guys are in the same dilemma stay tuned as I teach you how to make this awesome bracelet.
Chain | Wax Cord | Colorful String | Scissors | Transparent Nail Polish
1. The first step is to cut your cord and string with the length you prefer. The string should be a little bit longer than the cord. You should also cut the chain with the length you prefer. My measurements are 5.5” for the chain, 23” for the string, and 17” for the cord. Tie the cord and string into a knot with a 5” excess at the end. It will serve as your lock mechanism.
2. Put your chain through the string.
3. Get your string and loop it around the cord with the string coming out from the second chain link. Technically, you’re just like sewing.
4. Now continue looping the string around the cord.
5. After doing so, your bracelet should now look like the picture on step 5.
6. When you reach the very end of the chain, tie a knot at the very end almost touching the last chain link.
7. Cut any excess string and apply nail polish at the tips of the cord and string.
8. Knot the excess cord and string on both ends of the bracelet.
VOILA!! Wasn’t that very easy? This is a very fun, cheap and easy project to do and you can make tons of it in different hues. You can change up the color of the string and cord with whatever color you want! Go crazy with it!! Be creative!! I hope this will solve your gift dilemma. Because it sure did with mine. That’s all for now, till’ the next project! Bye guys!
Portside T-Shirt | Uniqlo Shorts | Japan Home Center Socks | New Balance Shoes | SM Accessories Plate Bracelet
Hey hey hey!! December is already here and its 25th day is near approaching! Aren’t you guys excited? Well, I sure am and I can’t wait for it to come. Well, not really that particular day but the preparation for it. You guys need to admit that preparing for Christmas is more fun than Christmas day itself right? Okay, moving on to my outfit. I just want to apologize for the crappy pose on the photos. I really didn’t know what I was doing. Haha Anyways, you guys all know me and if you’ve been following “My Blog” you guys should know that I have a very laid-back spirit when it comes to dressing up. I don’t want to bore you guys with the whole story of my outfit because there is none. I just picked it out from my closet and off I went. Instead I’ll tell you guys about the t-shirt I’m wearing here. I found this awesome t-shirt in Robinsons Dept. Store and I got it for only 250 bucks. I know right? There are lots of affordable clothing for both men and women in Robinson Dept. Store, it’s just all about finding that hidden gem and keeping your eyes open. Haha Anyways, I don’t want to make this post longer so…Have a great week guys!
DIY EARPHONE ORGANIZER
Hello!! I missed you guys!! So today I’ll teach you guys another DIY. This DIY has changed my life or should I say has organized my life! Haha I’ll teach you guys how to make an earphone organizer with stuff in your house. How cool is that!
Thick Cardboard | Scissors | Hole Punch | Ruler | Pencil | Nail Polish
1. Draw the desired shape of your earphone organizer. It can be any shape! I went all random and abstract with mine.
2. Cut out the shape you drew on the cardboard.
3. Now draw two triangles or semicircles at any side of the organizer and cut. This will serve as a hold so that the wire of your earphone won’t unravel.
4. Punch a hole at any place of the organizer. As much as possible put it near the cut outs you made because this will hold the ear buds and plug.
5. Generously coat the organizer with any color of nail polish on both sides and let it dry. I decided to go with a transparent polish to keep the natural look of the cardboard.
Aaaaand VOILA! Your very own earphone organizer. It is very easy to do and very practical! Be creative with it!! Have fun!!