Step 4:

Before punching the holes, I used a marker to mark the right spot. I used 5 mm holes, because they worked best with the belt buckles I used.

I used Prym "Sport Mini" press fasteners, which turned out to work really well and I had no problem attaching them to the rubber. In order to give them some extra strength I used two, but one should be enough. The fifth picture shows how I marked the spot where the fastener on the other side has to go. Just press the other one down, it will leave small dent.
nice one
Nice idea, but doesn't smell the Belt very bad?
Thanks, it doesn't smell at all. I put it in the washing machine before wearing it for the first time, but just to clean it once again.
Great idea, and extremely polished results. Well done!
I been wondering what all those inner tubes could be used for, though of some ideas but this seems really doable. I kknow it's not recycling as such but I think I would prefer &quot;O&quot; rings as the belt loops so as to avoid the staples which could come undone. <br>Brill
Ahh they are called belt loops? I was wondering how to call them. I like the idea of using O-rings, though the stapled ones are very durable.
In truth I have no idea what most things are called I used to work on my todd a lot and tools existed as that thing over there which made life fun teaching, my fellow teachers were positively nuts when I said sand paper rather than to glass paper. So who knows, if you know what I mean thats about as good as it gets.
I'm amazed at how nice this turned out. Great work.
Hi, just pm me your belt size and the colour you would like the stitches to be and I will make you one.
:) :) :) :) :) You don't have to tell me twice. Thanks!!!!
Where can I get those belt buckles ? Perfect stocking stuffers. Info. please! Send me a private message. Thanks. Triumphman.
Hi, I got them on ebay. Just search for &quot;nightmare before christmas belt buckle&quot; or &quot;batman belt buckle&quot;
wow great idea!
Very creative.

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