How to attach small/medium plushies and toys onto kandi ???

FartherAway_ 1/25/2021 09:14 pm 2326

I’ve been having trouble figuring out how to connect medium sized toys and plushies into kandi. I’ve seen people use the string to tie it around the object and connect it to the bracelet. But how would you connect the string around the toy to the kandi ?? Sorry if this is confusing, I’m very confused myself. (PS, I’ve super glued beads to small toys to connect them to things in the past but my main question is not having to glue it to a bead and being able to somehow use the string to connect it). I am very small brain so if anyone can help it would be very appreciated 513b55c740178_kao_sick.gif

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Jan 26, 2021 11:31 am

@Unknown_png: Ah, okay thank you !!! This helped me a lot kao yes

Jan 26, 2021 9:55 am

https://kandipatterns.com/post/view/66-things-to-p... this link is one of crumpets tutorials from 2010 and it gives ideas to put of kandi and how to put them on, for small toys( I quote this from the link ) "This varies depending on the type of toy you're trying to attach. If it's a hard toy, you can either tie the string around it (making sure that it's secure) or use an electric screwdriver or heated needle to make a hole through. If it's a soft toy, you can use a needle (heated or not) to make a hole." for plushies i would try using a needle and sewing the string right through it, it might not work of the string hole thing on the needle is big enough tho big grin