My latest DIY was a bit of antidisestablishmentarianism (that’s right!) and team morale boosting in one. Our company has branded lanyards for the various fascias it operates except for one, so rather than settling for a generic one I decided to bring a little bit of spirit to our team by creating DIY lanyards of our own. This is a really cheap DIY as all you need is some ribbon and lobster clips – they can even be hand sewn if you don’t have a sewing machine.
1. Cut your ribbon to a length of 1m
2. Double fold in each end of the ribbon
That’s it! Your DIY lanyard is now complete – clip your pass to it and sass it up!This is a great make because a single lanyard takes less than 10 minutes, I made eight for my team in a mix of stripe ribbons and chevrons – both of which I picked up on eBay.