The Tip Junkie creative community has some incredible Accessory and Belt tutorials complete with pictured instructions on how to make. So be sure to look over there if you’re looking for more beauty and style tutorials with step-by-step instructions.
First off, you do not need to cut your paracord rope. The looping process of this paracord belt makes it so you do not need to measure how long the rope should be.
The original website this project was posted on is having some technical difficulties so the directions are missing, sorry!
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Belts are something that trend in and out of style like crazy. One year a belt is the perfect accessory, the next year your belt is worn high up instead of around your hips, and then next they’re out of style all together! The weird part, however, is that they’re also a classic staple at the same time. Everyone we know, ourselves included, owns at least one good belt they can wear with the right pants for just the perfect look and fit. So, if you’ve got a set of trendy belts that you don’t wear anymore and don’t think you’ll wear again, or perhaps a classic belt that you’ve worn for so many years that it just can’t be worn a single day longer, what should you do with them? Donation is always a great plan, but if you ask us, crafting is one of the best options around as well!
1. Hand-Stamped Polka Dots. Stephanie White really knocked it out of the park when she created this adorable hand-stamped packaging. Her materials are minimal (she used an eraser to create the dots!) and the final look is festive without being over done.
Let us know what you think about these project ideas. We’d love to see your version of the projects, too! Thanks for checking them out! ‘till next time!
Who has an old pineapple or head of lettuce or old yard trash just sitting in their garage for years????
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Measure your waist (over a thin shirt) and add 2 inches to that length. The width for everyone is 5”. If your waist is 28”, for example, you’d cut a piece of fabric 30” x 5”. Cutting on the bias will give you a little stretch which is beneficial when making a belt.Iron your piece after cutting.
This vintage leather belt bag is part of a rather expensive collection, but you could easily DIY one for yourself. You’ll need a few different belts, which you can pick up at any thrift store for around a dollar each. Just work your creative magic and make a purse or wallet that would rival anything you see on the runway.
These black distressed pyramid studs came from an old studded belt of my husband’s. I had carefully removed the studs and saved for later use. They are the same studs used in this studded clutch upcyle.
Before getting started, decide on how long your belt needs to be. Keep in mind you want extra length for growth, PLUS, the size you need is larger when pants are on, versus measuring the actual waist. Once you decide how long you’d like the actual belt to be, add 2 1/2 inches.
Make this handmade paracord belt using Lark’s head knot and cobra knotting techniques. The step-by-step picture tutorial guides you well.
You will insanely look like her after wearing this pajama with above shirt. The pant is lightweight, adjustable and designed to fit every one.
Fanny packs are back again, y’all. But now they’re called belt bags, which does sound quite a bit nicer. Even nicer than that is a belt bag made from your favorite fabrics, and Spoonflower has a tutorial showing how you can do it. Their fanny pack – I mean, belt bag – has two zippered compartments. One smaller one on the front, and a larger zippered section on the back.
If you happen to be traveling with a backpack, your money belt will be almost inaccessible to pickpockets.
Jaff Baker of Home Built Workshop explains that if you want to create or build something inexpensive and affordable, you certainly can. It may just take some time to gather and find the equipment that you need. But, when it comes to knowing how to build the belt grinder, he’s your guy.
Margot Robbie also wore this bracelet/necklace along with her costume in Suicide Squad. She found this in the box that was sent by her boyfriend Joker and we all know to whom Harley call PUDDIN.
Cut your paracord with a little extra slack and then run it through the (TL).
| For best results, we recommend you use high quality 550 Paracord. If you are indeed intending on ever possibly using your paracord belt for survival purposes, you will want it to be the most durable for your needs.
This stunning shelf is made with recycled belts and wood via Design Sponge
Step 2 – Put a line of Gorilla Wood Glue on both sides of your wood like this…
Your belt will begin to unravel. It will take you about 20 seconds to unravel your whole belt.
The menace and madness of the Pumpkin Po do not end here because the psychotic doctor is as insane as the clown prince himself. She keeps her weaponry equipped that is totally lethal.But we’re showing a prop version to add a similar refining touch to the Harley Quinn Halloween Costume DIY.
And now it’s time for tons more DIY Halloween costume inspiration! Join in on the BLOG HOP! Click on the links below each collage to get the detailed instructions about how to make the costume pictured, just like mine above. Don’t forget to follow the Handamde Halloween Costumes Pinterest Board for even more DIY costume greatness!
You can use a lot of things to make yourselves out of the ordinary bookshelves. From crates, belts, pipes to palettes and ladders. I also gathered some bookshelf designs. I think these designs will make any home more diverse and unique. Enjoy in these awesome DIY bookshelves and bookshelf ideas.
Here’s how the slide buckle, belt tips and belting work. For each belt strap, you’ll need a length of belting and two belt tips (one belt tip will be applied to each end of the belting).
Have a favorite fabric you’d like to feature on your belt strap? Use a Dritz® 1/2¨ bias tape maker to make a bias strip trim to sew onto the belting.
A waist money belt breathes because of the cotton, and dries quickly because of the nylon. It has a wide and adjustable elastic waistband, which I consider most important for comfort.