Leather DIY Cable Organizer

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Leather DIY Cable Organizer
Leather DIY Cable Organizer
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Wire you wasting your time fidgeting with those bunched up cords? This Leather DIY Cable Organizer is the prefect solution for that knotted mess we call chargers, aux cords, and converters galore. This isn't a Disney movie, there is no need for a tangled mess and this tutorial is a quick and easy way to keep your cords together in one place without fuss. This DIY cord organization is extremely useful and if you are looking for handmade gift ideas for the holidays, you will love this quick tutorial. Rather than spending ten minutes untangling your cords, spend ten minutes making this DIY craft to save you time and money from untangling and repurchasing damaged cords. This also works perfectly well when traveling - you can pop this into your purse, briefcase, or suitcase for an easy way to store your cords without losing them or tangling them.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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This craft is going up on my must do list. It is so essential and practical that you can't live without a bunch of these in your car or purse and it's super easy to make. You can use scraps of leftover leather to make it too. The studs make it easy to open, take out the cord or wire you need and tap it back in place in seconds. So glad I found this.

I need this organization project! This would be great for travel!

I made these for Christmas, If you use snaps instead of studs, make sure you use heavy duty snaps...the ones used for jeans. These snaps will not tear out from repeated pulling. Also, make sure you make them a little on the snug side. Repeated use will stretch out whatever material you are using.

I was just thinking about making some of these today on my commute home from work. I was trying to pull out a set of earbuds from a cotton bag in my purse. I had three pairs of earbuds in there (because I'm ALWAYS taking one set out and leaving it out so the next time I try to find a pair I'm always out-hahahaha) and the strings were all wound around each other. I was thinking this would help me stay organized and keep everything in place. Adding to my must-make-soon list. Thanks for sharing!

I made these for Christmas...if you use snaps instead of studs, make sure you use heavy duty snaps...the ones used for jeans/levis...they will not tear out from repeated pulling.

This is the answer to like 50% of the problems in my life. Such a simple project.

This is so simple, yet, I NEED it in my life. I plan on making one today!


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