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  • Jacqie Sliemers

    DIY Jewelry Holder- or cute key holder!

  • Michelle Banks

    Canvas covered in scrapbook paper, add hooks, and TA DA, jewelry hangers.

  • Kristina Vallejo

    Canvas Jewelry Holder or key holder

  • Kayelle Burt

    Cute For Possibly a Key Holder. Maybe Add Quote, Name Or "Keys" With Painted Wood Blocks

  • Paula Bowman

    Canvas wrapped with scrapbook paper! Easy. Right up my ally. Supper cute for a key holder!

  • Beth Dotson

    Take a block of wood, cover it in fabric and add hooks. You can use for keys or jewelry. I love the key holder I had with a family pic. I would love to do this & modge podge on a family pic! Also could screw in drawer knobs to add more jewelry holders.

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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

Cover a flat cookie sheet ($1 store!) with fabric and get an instant magnet board. Smart idea!

Love the artful display of keys, knob and hinge! ($35 on etsy. yummy vintage goodness.)

Whimsical snowman hand painted on old keys. Perfect to be hung from your Christmas tree or hang on a hook by the door. Style and size of keys will vary.

Take a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks.

This looks easy enough. I would cover a longer wood piece with fabric to make a multiple hook holder.

chair covered in fabric scraps from namedesignstudio

Schöne Idee für ein frühlingshaftes Schlüsselbrett. Gebastelt aus einem einfachen Holzbrett, zwei handelsüblichen Haken, Ringschelle und Einmachglas.

Fabric covered magnet board. I just bought an "as-is" magnet board at IKEA for $2.99 WITH 4 magnets (unfortunately RED, but that will be changed QUICKLY). I am going to cover it with an awesome print... I just have to decide which one! The only thing I found wrong with it is there is no hardware included to hang it... I have that available at home already!

love this simple tied pillow, so elegant making great use of 2 fabrics for maximum contrast

I am GOING to do this...The towel bar was simple to find, but we were having trouble finding the right kind of hooks. A nice associate at Home Depot gave me the idea to use shower curtain hooks. I ended up finding hooks at Target with two slots. I picked up a package of 12, along with an 18 inch towel bar, for less than $25.