Most regular trekkers use paracord lanyards to hold their essential items for easier access while traveling. A cool tool for holding ID cards as well, paracord lanyards have a plethora of uses.
An excellent item for carrying your USB drive, especially when you need it on important occasions.
With so many colorful paracords available, you can create an outstanding paracord survival lanyard that is highly functional in an emergency situation.
A bolder version of paracord lanyard, adventure enthusiasts can tuck it into their pockets or attach it to their belts for a better grip.
A cobra-stitch paracord lanyard with a buckle tied to the end using 550 paracord.
An aesthetically-pleasing paracord lanyard used as a keychain.
Avid hunters can make this braided paracord lanyard to keep a track of the calls.
With three separate cords in attractive colors, you can whip up this paracord lanyard with a little bit of braiding and cobra weaving.
Another hand-woven paracord lanyard included in your mini traveling kit.
A cute paracord lanyard, functioning as a portable pen holder for carrying it from one place to another.
The soothing blue and red complement each other while making the paracord lanyard look fabulous and unique.
Clasp your ID card or any other everyday item to the metal ring of the paracord lanyard that fits comfortably around your neck.
Display nifty beads with a small paracord lanyard used as a fashion accessory or for holding a bunch of keys.
Whether you use a paracord lanyard as a gorgeous statement necklace or just for strapping it to jeans with the need-of-the-hour items, making this cool industrial-looking stuff at home gives you immense creative satisfaction. So wait no further and get set to start this DIY project.
Published on October 6th 2015 by Michelle Anderson