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on: September 28, 2014 09:04:11 AM 
Started by Quantumphysica, Message by Quantumphysica
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After my previously posted spanking paddle, here are some more kinky crafts! These were made for a "bdsm on a budget" challenge at the Kinky Realm, which required one to craft kinky items using dollar store materials. Everything I used either came from the Belgian dollar store equivalent "Wibra", or was a common household item.

A Flogger from clothesline cord and duct tape

I bought a big ball of clothesline cord (sturdy plastic cord with a metal core), and with duct tape, a cardboard toilet paper roll, a cheap earring, and some hair ties, I made a rather serviceable flogger.

 
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It looks kind of messy in this photo, but I've solved that since. For a week after crafting I kept the flogger tied together over the entire length with elastics, and that sorted out the messy bends in the cord. Right now it's quite neat. (And messy or not, a sting it always has!)

Full text and picture tutorial can be found here: http://wereallmadinhere.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/stop-floggertime-qp-gets-crafty/

A Loopy Johnny from clothesline cord and duct tape

Just to illustrate the possibilities of clothesline cord, I also made a loopy johnny with some leftovers. I don't have a tutorial for this, but the concept is really easy.



A Ball Gag from hair ties and a gummy ball

This one actually won the challenge, although I must admit that frequent use has shown it is somewhat less sturdy than the previous implements. I used a set of cheap studded suede hair accessories and a gummy ball (typical baby toy) as base materials. In the tutorial I cut the hair ties and duct-taped them back together. Looking back on that, I would have sewed them together. (just a tip for whoever might want to try it!)



Full text and picture tutorial (and a possibly NSFW pic of what it looks like when worn) can be found here: http://wereallmadinhere.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/ball-games-qp-gets-crafty-again/

Note to moderator: I realize I might need to get mature warning for this, but I use photobucket links and don't know how to tag them as mature. Sorry.
 
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