Have you come across these things? They're pretty easy to find:
Try the dollar store or anyplace with office supplies. Mine came par avion from Canada, in a completely random and unexpected care package of weird craftables in French and English. (My readers are the bestest! Thanks, MissKoolAid!)
Here's a teeny idea.
I know, I know, it's practical and you can't wear it. You're probably wondering, who is that, and what has she done with the real Mich. Do not be alarmed. As you might guess, this quickie post is a bit of a place holder, just to tide us over until I come up with some giddy gel grip gewelry.
You are officially my hero with this tip! In addition to grouping some cords together, I could use those to keep some of the necklaces I sell from getting tangled up when I put them away after a boutique.ReplyDelete
Oh, such fun and colorful little treasures. I'm sure looking forward to seeing what your incredible imagination comes up with.ReplyDelete
Great idea! And great idea to share your great idea. Sometimes pretty can also be practical! Thanks Michelle.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this tip..awesome,i always change my i pod's headphones due to wire crack problem,its kinda safe way !! yay..thanxxxReplyDelete
Mich, I just started following you the other day. Today, I was wrapping up birthday presents and cut off the clear plastic hooks they glue onto Barbie boxes so they can hang them, and I thought... hmm... I bet Mich could do something awesome with these bits of "trash".ReplyDelete
I love today's grip-tip and will definitely try it. I sleep with my headphones and worry about the extra cord, though I tend not to move once head hits the pillow.
What a super clever idea! I would have never thought of that!ReplyDelete
practical is great too, we're not disappointed! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!ReplyDelete
My daughters are obsessed with these 'gooshi grips' (as they call them) - I must show them this- they will love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
This is a really great idea!!!ReplyDelete
I'm always searching how to have all the wires in place!!!!
That is such a clever idea!! Loved your other posts too. Will be back to check more.ReplyDelete
Hmmm, I wonder what would happen if you cut the spirally ones along the spiral lines. Maybe that would work better as a more permanent cord-wrapping solution, like for organizing computer cables. And you could do cool things with the spirals as jewelry too!ReplyDelete
I Love your ideas! I'm so happy I found this site. What a creative way to make simple yet adorable jewelry. Thank UReplyDelete