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  • How to make a Mobile Phone Charm???

    Hi everyone. I am involved in organising our youth club girls camp. We want a few crafts ready for the quiet!! moments. The 60 girls are 12+ and I thought we could do phone/ipod charms does anyone have any suggestions on these. I love the ones with flip flops etc but our budget is tight, as you would expect, so I guess I will delve into my beads and then top them up with some nice focal beads. Not sure of construction so HELP !!

  • #2
    Hi,
    I've just been having a look and could only find selling sites.
    http://www.cardsandcraft.co.uk/jewellery/493-mobile-phone-charm-loops.html


    When I made mine I just did it like I was making a pendant only instead of using chain I thread it onto a really thin ribbon, the ends looked a little tatty where I'd tied it so I changed it for a longer piece and popped a few extra beads on them to make a feature of them instead of trying to hide them!
    Worked out quite nice, until I lost my phone so I can show you a piccy sorry.

    Hope this helps a little with some ideas

    take care
    Jode xx
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    • #3
      Hi, you can buy the little loop thingies in any hobby craft shops (hint hint) they come in packs of 25 I think. Then you just add a charm or a few beads as you would with a charm bracelet.
      www.littlebead.blogspot.com
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      • #4
        I have made them for charity sales, I scrounged broken or disliked dangle earrings. and bought the pre packed hoops. They went very well. Good luck. xxx


        Folksy shop http://www.folksy.com/shops/Fairyweb

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        • #5
          The strings I bought have a split ring at the bottom. I just add one or two headpins with a few beads on or a few bits of chain with beads and charms attached. Very easy for beginners and teenagers love them - I did a demo for my neice's class in senior school (12-13 year olds) and they were thrilled to bits cos they'd made them themselves.
          Auntynet

          Step-daughter's website selling hand dyed sock yarns www.knotanotherknitter.com




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          • #6
            Here you go:

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GN7iBf-6is

            Hope it helps !
            Mel

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            • #7
              Where to get the dangly cord bits.

              Hello,
              Don't know if this helps but I got some of the black cord bits with split rings on the end that are meant to be for mobile phone charms really cheaply from someone on ebay - the only thing is they've closed their shop there and now they have a website. You could e-mail them and see if they have any going cheap.
              Not sure but I think the e-mail is [email protected]
              They could have some cheap charms as well.
              Hope this is of some use.
              Cardtouche
              beasbeads.com - For affordable Miyuki beads

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              • #8
                Thanks for all your help and I have got together your ideas. Glad the idea went well with 12-13yr olds as I will be working with some that age. I have now bought the phone straps 110 for £6.50. i have also bought some split rigs and some head pins. I have bought some focal beads then raided my beads to create a Bead Soup for them, lots to choose from. hadn't thought about buying some chain I might check that out. Many thanks everyone.

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                • #9
                  hi
                  is that you rosemary
                  Love Chaze2k7 xx

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for posting that you-tube video - that one is really awsome!

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