If you’re looking for handmade gift ideas for men, why not try these awesome and beautiful gift ideas for your man from instructables. It’s not necessary for you to buy expensive gifts just to show your love or appreciation to him. These simple gift ideas are just right that your man will surely love!
Here it is – the handmade gift personalized by you for the special guy in your life! Of course, this would make a great women’s necklace as well, but you know how hard those guys are to shop for!
Hey folks, I’m going to show y’all how to make a leather watch band with some good ol’ rock star styling, and how to make leather bracelets. We’ll also touch on basic leather crafting techniques.
This is an Instructable on how to make a bracelet out of old guitar strings. Mostly it is common sense and a little bit of wire bending practice. Use your old guitar strings, ask your friend for his/hers, or go to your local music store if they re-string guitars and ask them to save you the old strings. You can also use the ends they cut off of the new strings when they put them on, (which is again good recycling). Another thing you can do is use the “ball” ends from the ends of the strings as accent beads, which adds an extra recycling touch. So reduce, reuse, and recycle by making jewelry out of something usually headed for the landfill!
This hardware store bracelet is beautiful to have. Make a classy bracelet from hardware store materials! This simple bracelet looks very upscale, but is inexpensive, classic, and easy.
Turn scrap pieces of wood into jewelry. In this instructable I made pendant necklaces by sanding small pieces of wood and stained them with a non toxic stain. Use different types of wood (cherry, maple, ash etc) for different colours and picking wood pieces with an interesting grain pattern makes for unique jewelry.
This tutorial will show how to make a paracord bracelet with a side release buckle. When made on a larger scale, you can make this for use as a dog or cat collar as well
For a long time the paracord belt has been the grail of paracord projects. It is a great way to have a length of handy parachute cord with you at all times without even thinking about it. There are several designs each with their own pluses and minuses.
These easy, personalized coasters make the perfect last-minute (handmade!) gift for anyone on your list. With a few simple, easy to find supplies, you can create unique coaster sets in one afternoon.
All it takes it some cork (pre-cut coasters make the job easy), Mod-Podge or white glue, and some interesting paper to cover them with. You could even print out personal photos to make them a truly one-of-a-kind gift.
Turn and old hooded sweatshirt into a protective laptop sleeve.
First let me say don’t be intimidated by the fact that this involves sewing, this is only the 2nd thing I have ever sewn using a machine, and it turned out just fine.
Combine a plain black hoodie and an old dress shirt to make a dressy hoodie that you can wear to da’ club. You can wear your new Thug-Xedo out to dinner with your shorty, w/ your boys playing hella wii, or while kicking back on the couch eating fruit roll ups and watching the Office all by yourself. It’s the perfect attire for every occasion.
Ever wanted to have an item that was wearable, stylish and useful? Well, here you have it. This necklace can be used for its original purpose and as a form of expressing your love for audio-related stuff.
Old sweaters and summer may seem like polar opposites, but this Coozie Instructable brings the two together to combat global warming and hot summer night thirst at the same time. The felted medium is perfect for embroidered customization and embellishment.
Oh Noes! Your favorite knit sweater, shrunken by the forces of heat and water combined! Never you mind, as you can still wrap its loving arms around you with the cunning aid of RECYCLING!
Ok, so this tutorial describes how to turn a regular unshrunk wool sweater into a nifty backpack with some purposeful alterations, but the same principle can be used to reappropriate your tiny knits.
In this Instructable, I’m going to teach you how to make Finger Loop Braids. With this technique you can make braids with just your hands that have 10 or more strands each. They can be used for anything. Bracelets, chokers, belts, hat bands, as trim on clothing, or furniture… If you need a strong lacing, a finger loop braid will multiply the strength of your string/rope by 10. To make the videos easy to follow, I made the braids out of rope.
Wood rings are beautiful. They feel warm and have a lovely sheen when finished properly. They tend not to be very durable, though. Often they crack along the grain after continued wear.
Well, i think the idea of a locket is a great one, a simple little thing that goes everywhere with you, with a few memories to remind you of good times when things are a bit dull.
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