It is water-proof, double-sided, and prevents pin loss. (And doesn't cost as much as a Disney lanyard or hip lanyard)
Necessity is the mother of invention. That is why I came up with this pin holder for going to the Disney theme parks. I didn't want to leave my nicer pins at home. I wanted to show them off. That is what presented a problem: How to keep my pins safe at the parks? I have heard horror stories and seen first hand that pins can just fall off in the parks and are never seen again, and I really didn't want that to happen. Those little rubber Mickey backs aren't that sturdy, and the locking backs are expensive and require a special key to come undone and there are dozens of stories online about how they are faulty.
So I designed this specialized hip lanyard!
Step 1: Tools Required
Piece of Paper
Black Canvas Material (Found at Wal-Mart for $2.50)
Needle and thread
Key chain ring
Disney Pins to show off!!