DIY Shoelace Styling from Mavericks Laces here (the Bow Tie pictured). All photos from Mavericks Laces (collage by me). Go to the link for other lace styles. I first saw these laces at Eat Drink Chic here with all the lace colors and packaging.

DIY Shoelace Styling from Mavericks Laces here (the Bow Tie pictured). All photos from Mavericks Laces (collage by me). Go to the link for other lace styles. I first saw these laces at Eat Drink Chic here with all the lace colors and packaging.

DIY Shoelace Upgrade from Lana Red here. I think this is the most successful shoelace to ribbon projects I’ve seen so far.

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Triple Circle Necklace or Any Shape Necklace Tutorial from Simply Belle here. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this necklace is made out of easily bendable floral wire and shoelaces. Also, you can teach your child how to tie a lark’s knot. First seen at Dollar Store Crafts here.

Truebluemeandyou: I can see using this floral wire to make really outrageous jewelry in all shapes and sizes, and maybe the Deathly Hallows Symbol for Harry Potter fans for Halloween.

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Triple Circle Necklace or Any Shape Necklace Tutorial from Simply Belle here. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this necklace is made out of easily bendable floral wire and shoelaces. Also, you can teach your child how to tie a lark’s knot. First seen at Dollar Store Crafts here.

Truebluemeandyou: I can see using this floral wire to make really outrageous jewelry in all shapes and sizes, and maybe the Deathly Hallows Symbol for Harry Potter fans for Halloween.

(via rainbowsandunicornscrafts)

DIY Thread Wrapped Necklace: using shoe laces, nuts and washers from the hardware store, and embroidery thread. Easy to understand and beautifully photographed tutorial (and video tutorial) from Boat People Le Blog here.

DIY Thread Wrapped Necklace: using shoe laces, nuts and washers from the hardware store, and embroidery thread. Easy to understand and beautifully photographed tutorial (and video tutorial) from Boat People Le Blog here.