Camera Cap Leash

Last month I bought a new pimped out camera…well, it’s much better than my old one.  I love, love, love it!  The only problem with this new fabulous camera is that it has a lens cap.  Now for most people, this is no problem at all.  For me, it’s a ridiculously huge problem.  In less than a month, I bet I have lost my lens cap about a bazillion times!  So, I decided to make a leash for my lense cap!
Here is how I made it…
First I grabbed up my supplies…my lense cap, some ribbon, scrapbooking paper cut in a circle, mod podge, hot glue, and a lanyard clip.
I hot glued one end of the ribbon to the lense cap.
Then, I painted a coat of Mod Podge on the back of my scrapbook paper circle.
Next, I smoothed it onto the front of the lense cap, and made sure to smooth out all of the wrinkles.
After the Mod Podge had dried, I painted another coat on top of the paper to seal it.  Then, I secured the other end of the ribbon to the lanyard clip.
This is what it should look like at this point.
I wanted mine to have a little more bling, so I made a rolled flower rosette, and hot glued it to the top.
You can find my rolled flower rosette tutorial here on my How To’s page.
Now I have a camera cap leash that matches my camera strap cover perfectly!  If you are interested in the tutorial for the camera strap cover, you can find it here!
Jessica
I’m Jessica, a mom on a mission to show other women that you can live well without breaking the bank. I like to share the thrifty, creative ways that I make changes in my home in the hopes that it will spark the creativity in someone else! I love to share DIY projects, crafts, simple recipes and cleaning tips too!
Jessica

@Mom4Realky

A crafty mom all about keepin' it real...
My friend, @marybeth4uk has one of these and I die for it!!! #itshouldbemine #iloveoldthings http://t.co/OSnt9e4AzL - 11 hours ago
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  1. 1

    says

    Jessica = MOST SUPER TALENTED LADY EVER!!!!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!!

  2. 2

    says

    Super cute! I’ve wanted to make myself a camera strap with a lens cap pocket, but this adds a bit more flair that is so fun! Thanks for sharing :) Happy to be your newest follower!

  3. 3

    says

    That is a lovely accessory for any camera! I can’t wait to make one of my own!
    I’m your newest follower!
    ~Sarah

  4. 5

    says

    This is awesome!!

    New follower from Lil Luna Link Party.

    theoliverlife.blogspot.com

  5. 7

    says

    Such a great idea! I am following you from over at Home Happy Home. I am going to need to make one of these for my camera (: thanks!

  6. 11

    says

    This is super-awesome! I too just got a nice new camera (looks like it’s the same as yours, a rebel?) And, like you, I’ve lost my lens cap a bazillion times too! I NEED to do what you’ve done! I just hope it can be as cute as yours! VERY nice!!!! SO glad you share this!!!!

  7. 14

    says

    I love this idea. I need to make one for my camera lens. I have a new canon DSLR too and I’m always afraid I’m going to lose that pesky cover. Love your strap too! I’m also your newest follower

    Christine @ Projectsaroundthehouse.blogspot.com

  8. 16

    says

    This is so cute. I need to make one of these. Thanks for linking up last week at Whimsy Wednesday. Hope you’ll join me again tonight for another party!
    Amy@homehappyhome

  9. 21

    says

    This is so cute on your camera! We loved having you at “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” We hope to see you again next week! -The Sisters

  10. 26

    Jenn says

    Great idea!!! How exactly did you connect the ribbon to the landyard?

  11. 27

    says

    Currently my lens cap is missing. Once I find it, I definitely need to make one of these for myself. Thanks for the tutorial!

  12. 29

    Teresa says

    You should sell these on ebay lol

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