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Beaded Bib Leash

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OK, It's sounds odd, but what a great idea. Turn any ordinary wash cloth or hand towel into a stylish bib - just clip on and your ready to dine. This is great for the elderly as well as children - and even for sloppy adult eaters, from The Bead Studio!

Materials:

  • 2 - Clip-on eyeglass ends
  • 2 - Crimp Beads
  • 18" .019 Soft flex wire
  • Assorted Beads
  • Wire cutter
  • Chain-nose or crimp pliers
  • Bead design Board

Steps:

  1. Use the beadboard to lay out your beads until you achieve the desired look, about 16".


     
  2. Attach SFW to the clip with 1 of the crimp beads.


     
  3. String beads onto the wire, making sure to feed the beads over the tail where the crimp bead is attached.


     
  4. Add the other crimp bead, thread wire through other clip, then back through the crimp and a couple of beads. Crimp the the bead to secure and trim the excess wire.


     

 

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Ratings & Comments (4)

Mar 20, 2011

Always thinking of people. I have seen this bib at dog shows hung aroung necks of dogs that drool. Really works great to keep your drooling friend dry.

 

Oct 11, 2010

This item would be a choking hazard for smaller children should it come apart.

 

4 Ratings

Apr 12, 2010

This is a wonderful idea. I plan to make one for a gift soon. Thank you! )

 

Dec 27, 2009

What a lovely idea! Clear instructions. This would be a nice gift for someone older because it would help a bib look more sophisticated than bibs do. Also it would be a good gift because it is so cool! addie B)

 

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