Ear Phone Organizer

Introduction: Ear Phone Organizer

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This is an easy project to organize your ear phones  so the don't get tangled 

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Step 1: What You Need

- Old head phones
- Scissors or knife
- Hot Glue
- Toothpick
- Styrofoam

Step 2: Step 1

 First cut off the end that plugs into the sound imput

Step 3: Step 2

cut out a piece of Styrofoam  about an inch to an inch in a quarter long 
and about a half inch thick 
Tip:make sure one end comes to a piont

Step 4: Step 3

Poke the tooth pick in the pointed end of the  Styrofoam  then hot glue the  other end of the tooth pick  to the  audio input you cut off earlier.
the audio input part is mostly for easier use to plug into your iPod or other audio device.

Step 5: End

This is what it should look like in the end

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    5 Discussions


    3 years ago

    ??? I don't understand....???

    Sorry you need 2 sets of ear phones one that is broken to cut off the input just to plug it into your iPod or other device and the second set Is to actually use.
    sorry I made it a bit confusing


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I'm a bit confused. Is there another Chindogu (sp?) contest that I'm not aware of? How are your earphones supposed to work if you cut off the input?