Stop! Floggertime! QP Gets Crafty…

You see that? It’s a TUTORIAL! I actually made a tutorial! How to make a relatively decent flogger with really low budget materials…

What I used: Clothesline Cord, sturdy plastic rope with a thin metal thread inside which I bought for less than a euro in the Belgian equivalent of a dollar store (the “Wibra”), Duct Tape, also at the Wibra for just 1 euro, an empty toilet roll, a cheap old ring-shaped earring (any ring-shaped object will do really), normal transparent tape (basic office supplies), and scissors.

The Steps:

  1. Measure the length you have in mind for flogger+handle, take twice that length, and cut it off. Fold it in the middle.
  2. Repeat step one until you have used up all the cord and you have a whole pile of folded cord-ends.
  3. Put the ring-shaped earring on the cord and fix it in the folding crack.
  4. Start putting duct tape around the end of your flogger, where the handle is going to be. As you can see I put scrunchies around the cords, so that the flogger stays in one piece nicely while putting the tape in place.
  5. Cut the toilet roll and fold a piece around the already taped handle. This will make the handle sturdier and easier on the hands.
  6. Tape over the toilet roll so that it stays in place. Add as many layers of tape as you like. (You can see I removed the scrunchies. They are NOT under the tape.)
  7. The Clothesline Cord has a metal thread in it, so unless you want to really shred your back you’ll want to cover ends up with tape. I did some ends in transparent tape and others in duct tape, for a bit of a visual effect.
  8. Now your flogger is ready for action!

Good Things About This Flogger: Number one is of course that it’s about as cheap as you can get. Also, there are many ways of making this kind of flogger more stylish: ribbon or fabric around the handle, other colors of cord, pearls or spikes on the cord ends, a fun tassel on the ring,… the possibilities are virtually limitless. As for the length I chose, it is perfect for “mortification of the flesh” as well as regular floggings. Multifunctional!

Hope you liked! Much Love and Chaos, QP

About quantumphysica

My name is QuantumPhysica The Insane, but you can call me QP. I am insane, admitted to a mental hospital in Belgium, and waiting for a decent diagnosis at the moment. Once I was a physics student with goals in life and what more; now I'm simply the patient of Room 93. Ever wondered what life is like in the psychiatric ward? I'll tell you everything you ever wanted to know... I am... particularly twitchy of personality. But I also am genuinely interested in everything. There is nothing that doesn't interest me, really. Everything, from quantum computers to fashion and cars to traveling... I also give advice. On anything. No taboos whatsoever. And I make lists of things...
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9 Responses to Stop! Floggertime! QP Gets Crafty…

  1. Might have to make this as a Christmas present! :p

  2. Aemilia Hawk says:

    I love DIY BDSM.
    Excellent post.

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  4. jane the Sub says:

    OMG……….. You’ll never believe this == but I made something very similar to go as an ‘under-the-Christmas-tree’ gift for Le Maitre. He loved it and I was to discover that it was actually a lot more painful than I had thought, even after testing it on myself when I made it. All the same, FUN !!

    • It is indeed more painful than it looks… Looks can be very deceiving in these things. I once made a velvet ribbon flogger, it looked so soft, but it left very stingy marks xD
      I’m glad you like it!

  5. Jane The Sub says:

    My Mistake was making the tails from sash cord. So I am not sure if “liked” is the right word here………… I liked this blog, and I liked how my handiwork looked. But I can’t say I liked its effect.
    Happy New Year anyway. 🙂

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