Today I will show you how to make a paracord keychain.

Step 1: Supplies

You will need 4 to 5 feet of para cord a key ring a lighter and some scissors
<p>I really like the bracelet version. But, now I have a long one of these until I find instructions for the bracelet. When we go camping we'll practice making and unmaking this, so when we need a rope it'll be really handy.</p>
<p>Here's my Version</p>
<p>its nice to make this key chain</p>
<p>excellent tutorial, i found it useful to leave a couple of millimeters at the end of the paracord and melt it between the last braids.</p>
<p>great instrucable, good for for any sized key chain :)</p>
that was easy and looks good too
Thanks for an easy to follow tutorial!
<p>Very clear instructions! Thank you.</p><p>I am pleased with the two I made. Not sure about the ends, which seem like they will eventually unravel, but as someone commented already, they should hold together for a while. This was a great first project, and increased my confidence to try another.</p>
<p>i make it and like it this is very use full</p>
I did it its awesome
It's a good guide... like it very much. :D
it is very easy thanks
Where would you buy this type of cord from?
a year
it depends how rough you are with them if they come apart remelt them mine lasted aww year
I just finished making this for my work keys. I'm wondering how well the cut off and melted ends hold in place. Any real life experience on how long I can expect them to hold? Thanks for the great instructable!
This is cool
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you also see some more not only from Parabuilder but also me
I agree the written instructions are the best I've ever seen on this site. Using an orange cord rather than two colours is inspired, it's so easy, I'll be making a fortune doing this soon.
Thanks for giving such clear directions.

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