Make a Paracord Lanyard to hold your ID badge. A lanyard made of paracord will last a long time, and is very durable. You can pick from hundreds of colors of paracord. You can also add a Tracer, which is a piece of micro paracord braided in. The Paracord Supplies you will need is 2 feet of 550 Paracord, a keyring or clip, and a release. Plus some scissors and a lighter. Full Paracord Lanyard instructions, Learn how to make a Paracord Bracelet, Paracord Keychain, or other Paracord Projects.
Paracord Bracelet Instructions with the cobra Paracord braid. The Paracord Supplies you will need: about 12 feet of 550 paracord, a Paracord buckle. You can get a Plastic or Metal Paracord Buckle, Metal paracord buckles can be uncomfortable to wear because of the weight on small wrists. You will also need these other Paracord tools, scissors, a lighter, and optional a Paracord needle. See all the Paracord Bracelet Patterns.
Learn how to make a Paracord Keychain. The Paracord supplies you will need: about 3 feet of Paracord, a key ring, small scissors, a lighter or mini torch. You can make a 2 color Paracord by melting 2 pieces of paracord together. After you complete this keychain, try adding a flatline or tracer to it. Once you have you paracord keychain supplies, go to the next step.
Make your own paracord survival bracelet. Customize it to your needs and save yourself some money. The pre-made loaded bracelets typically cost about $60, but you can buy the supplies to make about 10 or more for the same price. Update: I've swapped the regular whistle buckle to a whistle buckle with a hidden handcuff key, added reflective tape to both sides of the female end of the buckle, and added a 2" saw blade inside the bracelet. by bleu.