How do you attach plastic toys to kandi?

K4ND1_KUR4P1K4 3/7/2021 04:32 am 219

I want to start adding plastic toys onto my kandi bracelets/cuffs but I have no clue how people string them onto kandi. I mean I have a dremel but I don’t really know how to use it yet and that would require buying new drill bits too so I would prefer an easier and quicker method. Any advice ??

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Mar 7, 2021 7:41 pm

I use the clear string .07 from Walmart to secure mine. You can also make an x base cuff and then add the string to the toy after you make some x's outward. I hope that helps

Mar 7, 2021 5:52 pm

melt them on

Mar 7, 2021 3:31 pm

you could hot glue it if thats an option

Mar 7, 2021 12:58 pm

depending on the plastic toy- you could always heat up a needle or something and push it through !!! and once you do that you can make the hole bigger- and push the string through to attach it to the kandi !!

this is kinda dangerous tho so like- idk if you want to take my advice.

Mar 7, 2021 9:57 am

it depends on what type of toy it is. if its something like a doll, you can tie the string around its torso, neck, limbs, or whatever is most secure. if its something round/with a more vague shape, it would be best to drill a hole in it.
when your only option is string, its best to test different methods. try tying it around the toy in different ways, different places, yadda yadda. but if youre looking for an easy solution, a drill would be the most efficient