This is one of the nylon cords clocks I'm making for my Etsy shop
Although it takes quite some time to make it, the technique I used is very simple so I decided to show you how to do it. You can make all the shapes you want with this technique and create many different things!
All you need is cords. I used nylon cords because I have them in many different colors and it's fun to use them, but any kind of cord will work fine for this!

Enjoy! :)

Step 1: What you need

  • scissors
  • hot glue - stick glue/white glue
  • cutter
  • ruler
  • pencil
<p>I like this and the ones in your etsy</p>
<p>Thank you Shazni! :)</p>
Thank youuuu! :D
desde argentina!! es una hermosura!!
Muchas gracias!! :)
Where did you get the clock mechanism ?
Thank you! I got this one at a hobby store, but I have another one that I got from an old clock, so if you have one that you don't use anymore you can get the mechanism from there. You can also find them online quite easily :)
Awesomely simple. Thank you b
Beauty ! Very well thought and designed. Some people i tell you are filled with creativity that they see artistic in every form you are one of them.
Oh this means so much to me, what a wonderful way to start the new year :) Thank you so much! Happy New Year!!
I've seen a similar one in your etsy shop and was looking forward to see an ible! it looks awesome, so classy. definitely going to make one :)
Thank you Muhaiminah! I wish I took pictures of that one you saw before, unfortunately I thought about it when I was already done, so I decided to document this new one instead :D Have fun making it!! And please post a picture here, I would love to see it! :)
WOW!!! Inspirational.
Oh, thank you very much! :)
This is truly beautiful Linda!!
Thank you so much Emily! And Happy New Year!! :)

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