There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
He used Pinterest to start his rooftop oasis
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Rebekah Costello

    OH my goodness, this is SUCH a great idea!!! Maybe if I did this the cats/kids would stop being able to break my cords so easily!!! friendship bracelet wrapped headphone cords to prevent tangling! Bonus - it's pretty!

  • Jennica McCoy Chryst

    DIY Friendship bracelets over your ear bud cords! Not only does it look awesome but they don't tangle at all now! need to remember this

  • Veronica Canchola

    D.I.Y. Headphones Tangle-Free in square/Chinese staircase knots. If you've ever used a cord in your life, you know they're prone to tangles. Headphones, especially earbuds, are some of the worst.If you know how to make the square/Chinese staircase knots required to make a friendship bracelet, you already have the requisite skills for pulling off this tangle-prevention headphone hack. If not, read this. You're essentially making a friendship bracelet around your headphone cables. You can use embroidery floss (which you can pick up at almost any craft store) to get the job done, you can also use wool/yarn or a thin string. Embroidery floss, however, will provide you with a softer finish and a much wider choice of colors. 1. To Start with, just tie a normal knot at the base of the earphones (where the plug is). 2. Pin the beginning (shorter end) of the string down to the cord with your finger, and tie a basic friendship bracelet knot over the top of it. 3. Continue until you run out of string, or you want to stop using that colour. If you still have a long-ish tail of string, just trim it so it's about 1-2 cm in length. 4. When you start using another piece of string, repeat step 1 & 2 but instead of just pinning down the string you are using now, also pin down the tail from the last string. 5. Repeat until you have covered the entire cord. 6. When you come to the section where the cord splits into 2 for the ear pieces, just repeat steps 1-5.HAVE FUN!

Related Pins

Friendship braceleting over your ear bud cords! Not only does it look awesome but they don't tangle at all now! Geniusss

Not that I would ever have the patience or artistic talent to do this... but maybe I can find someone that does! DIY shorts

DIY "Good Night" Night Light | 41 Coolest Night Lights To Buy Or DIY hhhhhhh

DIY :: Tangle-Free Headphones with Embroidery Floss ( www.apartmentther... )

Looking for a meaningful way to express your love for your BFF?  Or just looking to create a one-of-a-kind bracelet to sport with your fashionable outfits? We recreated one of our favorite grade school past-times to offer you a little friendship bracelet DIY, perfect as a gift to yourself or your bestie! Creating a friendship...

truebluemeandyou: DIY Glow Clouds. The original photo from the Flickr Photostream “cotton series” here. DIY Glow Clouds.Tutorial at Wedding High here (although I would only use LED “Christmas” string lights). Gif from More Design Please here. Original Photo by alexis mire’s Flickr Photostream here.

Er stond geen beschrijving bij, maar het lijkt mij duidelijk. Op youtube is er een video: youtu.be/SOMcXSbtAuE

DIY bracelets. Pinned this for now, to go back one day and learn how to do these.

Coolest skirts, FREE patterns and instructions linked! Top 15 Summer Ready DIY Skirts With Free Patterns and Instructions

My favorite quote and a really sweet #DIY pillow idea