With so many options available when buying a camera straps, why not stand out with your own custom one! In five easy steps you can make your own. Here’s a little DIY camera strap recipe brought to you by our friends at ThePropStylist.com.
SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR DIY CAMERA STRAP:
scarf (be innovative; use a scarf, tie or old shirt), 2 split rings, 2 chain closures, scissors, needle and thread (a sewing machine works too!), scrap of leather. HOW TO: 1. Fold your leather piece in half, draw shape and cut, while leaving your fold line in tacked. (Repeat again for other side) 2. Connect your chain closer with your split ring. Slide your ring to the middle section of your leather piece. 3. Stick your leather piece to each end of your fabric, in our case a scarf 4. Stitch around the edge of the leather, locking the fabric tightly 5. Attach to your camera and success!! TIP: If you are feeling extra crafty, personalize your strap! By adding a small monogram to the leather piece adds that perfect final touch to your DIY project. Stand out from all the rest. Happy Crafting!
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