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  • Ernesto

    Picture Frame and Key holder

  • Susan Gladden

    Key holder this is a cute idea. put that in a frame. I would also find fancy old keys and bend them into hooks! Next project!

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Beautiful idea but $32 on etsy + $10 s/h. I know that I can make this for about 2-3 bucks with a piece of barn wood, leftover kids blocks and some hooks. I don't care that much for the black blocks think that I would distress them in their natural colors

Spice rack converted for classroom use for paperclips, thumbtacks, staples...etc - oh my word, so cute!

Frame Key holder,,,, this would be adorable in a kitchen with aprons on it!!!!! TOO STINKIN' CUTE!!!! I'm definitely making one of these!!!!!

  • Angela Carter

    Is the glass taken out or was it one of those ones that had no glass in it?

Framed hooks will keep keys organized―and looking decorative. Eliminate the glass and paint the backing or cover it with fabric or paper. Then attach the key hooks using an extra-strong glue.

take a plain wooden picture frame, paint it any color you like, make a monogram print on photoshop to put inside of the frame. Then drill 3 holes across the bottom for the hooks (you can get them at walmart) get some felt and roll it up like a flower and hot glue it down. put the printed monogram inside the frame and you are done :)

Turn a shadowbox into a key case. For a decorative touch, line the back of the box with scrapbooking paper that complements your decor. Screw in a row or two of hooks, depending on your needs. If keys are not distinctive, include a small label above each hook for easy identification. Hang the box on the wall next to the front door.