In the first of a series of quick, simple, and cheap tutorials, we’ll build a Ring Gag.
This is the third in a series of more advanced tutorials on making bondage furniture.
We’ll finish up by making cranking dildo and parachute holders.
This is the second in a series of more advanced tutorials on making bondage furniture.
In this tutorial, we’ll start making some accessories like some custom knobs and tie-down posts.
This is the first in a series of more advanced tutorials on making bondage furniture.
This one is called a “pony stock”.
If you can find it online, it’ll run you several hundred dollars. This one should come in under $30.
The ice-bondage bag is a nifty little gadget that makes using ice as a self-bondage release system a bit easier.
Today, we’re going to make a paddle.
But, not just any old paddle.
We’re going to make a work of art… a paddle nice enough for the Queen’s bottom.
We’ve been feeling really guilty about not posting new projects while we’re working on the new more complicated ones. So, here’s a quick tutorial on how to make one of my favorite CBT toys… the parachute. For those not familiar, a parachute is a conical shaped collar that is attached around the scrotum. There are points for attaching weights, ropes, a leash, etc.
If you’ve looked at strap-on harnesses lately you know that they can be pretty pricey. A good one can cost upwards of one-hundred dollars and most of the cheap(er) ones aren’t worth having.
So, I took it upon myself to design a harness that is attractive, secure, comfortable, and that’s easy and inexpensive to make.
Today we’re going to make some over-the-door bondage straps. These are perfect for the kinster on the road. Just throw these babies over your hotel bathroom door and you’re guaranteed to have the manager knocking!
In all seriousness, though, this is the perfect starter project for anyone wanting to make some kinky toys with leather. It’s simple to make, has very few parts, and requires a minimal investment in tools and materials.
A spreader bar is a nifty little device that’s used in bondage to keep the arms and or legs spread apart allowing the dom/domme free access to the body. They are usually made of wood or metal and have attachment points at either end for ropes or cuffs.
Let’s make some super easy, super cool, super nice, hot pink wrist cuffs!
Of course, you don’t have to make yours hot pink…
These should cost you about $15 for a pair… less if you make several.
An ice lock is a device that is locked together using frozen water. In this case two PVC pipe fittings are filled with water and frozen. The two fittings will remained locked together until enough of the ice melts to allow the pieces to separate.
This is great for self bondage, since you can attach the ice lock to cuffs, chains, etc., and stay locked up until the ice melts.
There are several commercial ice locks, but they are quite expensive. This ice lock is not only easy to build, but all of the parts can be purchased at pretty much any home improvement center for around $10.
This time we’re going to learn how to tie a cinch noose. The noose is really easy to tie and is an indispensable part of the bondage enthusiast’s toolkit. I like to tie several of these from 3-4 foot lengths of 1/4 inch rope for handy use in bondage sessions.
So, what is the “Special Ring Device” or “SRD” anyway?
Simply, the SRD is a device made up of two metal rings that lets you take up slack in a piece of rope.