Pacifier Clip (Style #1)

Who would have thought you could easily customize a functional and stylish soother clip to match any outfit your new baby or child wears?! Our very own, original, incredibly safe, step-by-step tutorial will allow you to do just this… and the possibilities (and outfits) become endless!

WATCH OUR VIDEO HERE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL!

Supplies needed:

Step-by-Step Instructions:

*Please note that the recommended length for a pacifier clip in the US is 6-8" for compliance standards. Adjust tutorial below as needed to ensure the length of your final item is no longer than 8", including the clip and cord.

1. Loop cord through clip. Leave one side of the cord as a longer piece, and the other end of the cord with about 2.5” of length from the end of the clip.

Step- by-Step Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

2. Knot the cord about ½” from the bottom of the clip.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

3. Snip excess string off of the smaller piece of cord. Carefully burn the tip of the cord and press into the knot until cool and hard.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

4. Slightly burn the tip of the longer length of the cord so that you can begin beading. Pull first bead up the cord and over the knot close to the top of the clip.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

5. Pull second bead up the cord and over top of the knot near the clip.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

6. String the rest of the beads onto the cord.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

7. Once all of the beads have been strung onto the cord, burn the end of the cord approximately 1”. Once warm, press the cord to make a stiff, 1” end.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

8. Take the stiff end of the cord and push it back up through the second last bead.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

9. Pull the last two beads down until you have about 5 inches of doubled string length between the third last bead and the two end beads.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

10. Knot under the third last bead.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

11. Cut the extra end piece of cord off so that just the loop is left. Burn the small tip of leftover cord and push it into the knot.

How to make a silicone bead pacifier clip for your baby - Cara & Co Tutorials

12. Pull the second last bead up and over the knot to cover it.

How to make a silicone bead pacifier clip for your baby - Cara & Co Tutorials

13. Pull the last bead up, and then knot the loop tightly underneath it.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

14. Attach either a soother or teether if preferred to the loop at the end of the soother cord.

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

15. It’s done! Safe and easy to use—and best of all, no more lost soothers or teethers!

Step- by-Step Silicone Bead Pacifier Clip Tutorial - Cara & Co

We hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Be sure to tag us on instagram using #createdwithcarasuply if you make one yourself, we LOVE seeing your creations!

xo

the girls

 

*At Cara & Co, we take safety seriously. We have had our custom tutorial design above third-party tested by a CPSC accredited testing lab to ensure it meets compliance standards for Canadian (SOR/2011-17) and US (ASTM F963-17) children's pacifier clip requirements. However, this does not remove the responsibility of each customer to ensure that the products they create from this tutorial are tested and meet all relevant compliance standards.

**The products, materials, and supplies sold by Cara & Co. Silicone Craft Supply are intended for use by adults and should never be left unattended with a child.

***Small objects and beads can present choking hazards to young children. Never leave a child unattended with beads or other products. Always dispose of any damaged product. No product is completely indestructible, and fully formed teeth could potentially damage product if chewed aggressively, so responsible attentiveness is needed for any user or purchaser. Customers should always inspect and monitor their products, discontinuing use at the first sight of damage.

****Once our products have been sold and shipped to our customers, Cara & Co Silicone Craft Supply Inc., waives all responsibility and liability from the use of our products. Customers are responsible that their final products made from our supplies meet the appropriate safety requirements for their region. Our buyers understand that by purchasing our products or using suggestions from the above tutorial, the buyer assumes any and all responsibility and liability for the use of the products.

*****Cords, clasps and pacifier clips are not intended to be chewed on and may present choking hazards.


10 comments


  • Cara & Co Team

    Hi Alda,
    Thanks for your question! Our Regular cord is the one that you can run a flame over to fuse and secure the end of pacifier clips. It can be found under “Cording” in the shop. Hope that was helpful! Xo


  • Alda Butland

    What is the name of the cord you sell so I can order some that can be burned to make secure end? Thank you


  • Cara & Co Team

    Thanks for writing, Susan!
    We have had this tutorial design tested at an accredited testing agency and it passed all mechanical safety regulations for North American standards. We take safety very seriously here at Cara & Co, and so we want to ensure that the designs we make are safe and secure. However, each person is responsible that the products they make with our loose supplies also meet the standards for their regions and are compliant. Hope this helps! Xo


  • Susan Lombardi

    I’m concerned about the choking Hazzard?


  • Cara & Co Team

    Hi Chelsea,
    Thank you so much the writing and for checking out our tutorials! :)
    In our written tutorial we suggested a 60” cording so that you have excess string to work with, in case any errors are made. To make the paci clip, you really only do need a total of 35”, which is what we did for the video tutorial. We apologize for the confusion that this caused! We’ll update the wording to explain this a little bit more :)


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