"Been around the world twice, talked to everyone once, there ain't nothing I can't do, no sky too high no sea too rough. Learned a lot of lessons in my life. Never shoot a large caliber man with a small caliber bullet. Anything in life worth doing is worth over doing, moderation is for coward, I am lover I am a fighter I am a UDT navy SEAL diver. Hooyah"
- From the movie 'Lone Survivor'
What an amazing quote my dear creative souls.
I especially loved the fragment "Anything worth doing in life is worth over doing". And isn't is so true that not a long time ago I did not know the awesomeness of the paracord :) and here I am with my third paracord project in just 3 days. And I think those who have not created at least one bracelet using paracord, they are not true paracord lovers LOL.
Try searching google and you may not find anything similar because this is totally original idea of mine. Lucky you, now you will even get to learn to make it Ha ha :D.
Beads and paracord.. oh boy ...what a numerous set of possibilities :).
It looks complex, in fact very complex...but trust me it is easy ...sounds fun ?Lets get started :)
Step 1: Stuff Required
You would need:
The key to successfully making this bracelet is to follow the pictures and watch every time you repeat the steps.
- Two paracords, both different color and 5 feet long. (with their ends singed)
- A cigarette lighter.
- Around 16-20 wooden beads with big holes so that 2 paracords can pass though.
- A sharp scissor
- Our best friend Patience.