Duct Tape Lanyard




Introduction: Duct Tape Lanyard

The Duct Tape Lanyard. For all those who dont want to spend money of a real one. This is also for people like me who always lose their keys or forget them in their room.

Step 1: Materials.

1. Duct Tape

... simple enough

2. keys... preferably on a key ring

also pretty easy

Step 2: Creating the Lanyard

1. Fold the duct tape in half hot dog style. make sure it is long enough to be a necklace. if its not quiet long enough... itll stretch later... but better to be safe then sorry.

2. Leave the end open and put the already folded end in .

3. finish the fold.

Step 3: The Key Portion.

In order to keep the keys from sliding around, take about 6 inches of a half strip and wrap it around tips that make the first strand a necklace

(It can be anywhere in the necklace, but I find it more aesthetically pleasing to put it over the overlay).

Make sure to leave some room to slide the key ring into.

Step 4: Slide the Keys On.

slide the key ring into the small hole you left and wear your homemade lanyard proudly. Seriously. People will give you compliments on the ingenuity.

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    3 Discussions


    9 years ago on Step 2

    About how long do you think we should make it? Like a "Normal" length that you make yours?


    Reply 9 years ago on Step 2

    as long as you want. you should be able to measure it by rapping it around your neck.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    O love it! Here's my Maglite belt holder from an electrical tie and gaffers tape: