Hiking Necklace

February 20th, 2013 posted by Terri Bose

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Make your next hike a safe — and fun — adventure! Put together this fun hiking necklace with all the essentials. Hang it around your neck and you are ready to go! Perfect for camping or scouts!

What You Need

Assorted Pony Beads Magnifying Glass Flashlight and Battery Compass Key Ring (Not Shown) Whistle Hole Punch

If you make this project we’d love to see it! Just send your photos and comments to the editor and it may get published on our  Facebook fan page!What you do

Untie the knot on the cord that comes with the whistle. Retie it with a double knot down near the whistle to hold it in place. String three beads on each side. String on a flashlight, then more beads. Punch a hole in the magnifying glass and string it on with more beads. Add a compass if desired. Tie the ends of the cords together to finish.

Terri Bose (22 Posts)

Terri Bose is the owner of MakingFriends.com, a website dedicated to kid's crafts. Terri has been online since the late 90's and her site not only offers free craft projects, many which are for scouts, but she also sells many of the supplies that you need in everyday crafting!


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