So, this is a fun little project! These Leather Cord Keepers are fairly quick to make and are so very useful! We use them to help identify each other’s charging cables and earbuds, and to corral the tangle of earbud wires that inevitably settles at the bottom of your bag or purse. Not only are they pretty darn functional, but they make a perfect gift! You could whip out a whole passel of these fun and functional DIY cord keepers in a couple of hours.
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A video showing all of the steps to make these DIY Cord Keepers is available at the end of the post.
(in other news…can we all agree that I am in dire need of a manicure! But the truth is…that’s just not high on my list of things to do)
Here’s the video:
With all the traveling we did this summer, we were constantly mixing up each other’s charging cables. Now that I’ve whipped up these babies, we are using them to keep everyone’s cords and earbuds separate.
Plus, if your earbuds always end up in a tangle in your purse, this simple cord keeper will keep them contained.
And these DIY Leather Cord Keepers are my kind of stocking stuffer! They put the FUN in Functional!
So, if you are inclined to organize your electronics cords with these Leather Cord Keepers or need to get started on Christmas gifts, bookmark this page or pin the following image.
Check out these Gingerbread Man Candles which use empty Starbucks Frappuccino bottles or these Embellished Market Bags which also use Cricut Iron-On Vinyl for more Cricut projects.
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