Thursday, February 3, 2011
A lanyard is worn around the neck to hold your id badge, eyeglasses, keys, etc., to prevent loss and to display your work identification badge.
I always loved wearing different lanyards to work, from elegant to casual. Somehow, it made the workdays a little better. Everyone else wanted them, too.
I make high quality lanyards in a variety of styles using crystals, beads, silver findings, and more.
I am able to customize by profession, hobby, length, color, dress style, bead or crystal.
I have airline lanyards in stock, red, white, and blue. I can make them in any color needed. I can also add a watch to the lanyard.
These are also great for teachers, medical professionals, governments workers; anyone that needs to wear an id badge.
I also make them for men. I made one for my son in wood beads with a bear and a bull charm because he works for Charles Schwab. He loves it!
I use extremely strong (over 3000 gauss) magnetic breakaway clasps. These clasps are required by some professions and they help prevent breakage if you should catch your lanyard on something. I can also make them without the breakaway clasp, or with a toggle clasp, if you prefer.
The standard length is 19 inches from the back of the neck to the top of the jump ring that holds the lobster clasp. I don't add the clasps until the lanyard is sold, so changing the length is not a problem.
I love custom orders and gladly accept them!
Take a look at what's available in my studio. I stand behind each piece I make. Hope to see you there.