Awesome Paracord Projects
Here’s a sampling of the entries I received for the October 31, 2013 Paracord Jig Giveaway. I’m sorry that I simply cannot post them all… there’s just not enough room and so I’ve picked some of them to give a sampling of the types of projects that were submitted. For example, there were lot’s of paracord bracelets submitted and many of them used the same designs and colors so I chose not to show them all. Some of the entries were great, but the quality of the images just wasn’t high enough to come across well on this blog, so I didn’t include them here.
This first one was shown here on the front page and I’m including it again in case some people don’t view the other post. Bob D. from Texas (who also won in the Giveaway drawing) makes these really cool paracord wrapped paddles that are used as awards (note the plaques on the bottom). I think this is an impressive use of paracord and I imagine the same could be done with baseball bats and other objects for decorative hangars and awards.
Zach made these… three cool survival bracelets and a cross which can be used as a necklace or key fob. The first bracelet includes a compass, 7 ft of fishing line, 2 weights, and 2 fishing hooks. The second one uses a Sawtooth pattern and looks amazing! The third bracelet has a skull on it for some variety.
Bianca made these cool sandals with paracord wrap.
“The Knotty Boys” (Jayce and Joey) made these two projects… a really nice key fob and of course some awesome paracord bracelets!
Jordan makes some really cool paracord projects… check out this Duck Call Lanyard! Love it.
Kegan used paracord and some rope work to make these cool rustic looking flag poles!
Jock made this cross necklace and used some pretty cool color combos… nice!
Here are some very nice bracelets that Jason made with his dad… I’d really like to see some more of your work. These are great!
Thomas made this paracord bracelet with skull attachment.
Really nice Oak Spike Sinnet that was made by Steve… well done, this is an awesome paracord bracelet!
Matt made this bracelet using glow in the dark strands in the center.
Alison sent in this nice looking paracord bracelet.
Check out these cool “Breast Cancer Awareness” survival bracelets that Jessica made! You can check out some of her other stuff on Etsy. These are very well made with perfect knots… love ’em!
Finally, here is a really nice paracord bracelet submitted by Pam and her daughter. They’re making them as a fundraiser to help fund her daughter’s trip to Europe… take a look at their page to see some of their other gear or to donate!
Great job and thanks for entering everyone. Get started and enter again, and be sure to share the Giveaway with your social media friends!