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Framed Keys: This shadowbox idea is a sweet reminder of all the places you’ve lived in the past. How many keys would be in your shadow box? (via Young House Love)

@Kim Larson Fredericks  this is the pin I was thinking of. I m ow it isn't the wall format or the frame colors. Just the mixture of frames, signs, and canvas. It's eclectic but balanced. Plus I think the "You're my sunshine" would go great with the yellow. Just my thoughts :)

Adorable for a skinny wall, or end of a hallway! Love the you are my sunshine, would look cute in a kids room as well!

A unique way to always have something around from your past homes is to make something out of the keys you once used. You don’t have to be an especially crafty person to create something that will look great on a wall or coffee table.

Keys to the Past: 5 Crafty Ways to Remember Your Former Homes

Framed House Keys - where have you lived? A little too late for us (maybe get some fake house keys from homes past!

I Wish I Had Saved Our Old Keys For All Our First To Make This: First Car, Rental, New Home, Etc...

DIY Wall Art - Keys from past homes glued inside a shadowbox with the location and years resided written beneath. I still have the key to the house I grew up in.

Key to 1st home with map of town behind it in frame

Framed key of first home together.I would like to do this with the key from our first apartment to hang in the house we end up buying.

Really big DIY wall art using styrofoam and fabric. Also on the page is a tutorial to make your own painting using styrofoam, canvas drop cloth and random paint. Love the idea after we've painted a few rooms, to use the different colors to create a gigantic painting that ties the rooms together.

Really big DIY wall art using styrofoam and fabric. Also on the page is a tutorial to make your own painting using styrofoam, canvas drop cloth and random paint. Love the idea after we've painted a few rooms, to use the different colors to create a gigantic painting that ties the rooms together.

Keys

Martha's key rack: Have a piece of fiberboard cut to fit into a picture frame. Cover board with a piece of linen, and staple it at back. Tuck the board into the frame, then nail on labels and attach one screw hook for each set of keys.

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