Jason, nice concept; good thinking. One suggestion which comes from experience cutting literally thousands of cable-ties. The cut end of your cable tie is sticking out and can catch and tear delicate materials, including sometimes human skin. Here's how to deal with it:
a) buy a professional tool which pulls tight and auto-magically cuts the cable-tie very flat.
b) a small pair of diagonal cutting pliers (aka "*BEEP*"), like the very small Snap-on ones (i've found those work excellent)
c) here's the best solution for someone who doesn't need to cut a lot of cable ties: fingernail or toenail clippers, depending upon the size of the cable-tie being cut. The cable tie you used needs only smaller fingernail clippers. You can get a nice flush cut with the clippers.