Cute DIY Faux Succulent Key Holder

Cute DIY Faux Succulent Key Holder
A key holder is a nice idea not to look for keys every morning when you are getting late. This one is a very trendy and creative thing, you’ll need chalky finish in white, coral, a faux succulent, 4 ounce mason jelly jar, hose clamp, 10″x6″ pine wood board, a foam brush, a double prong... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

12 Original And Functional DIY Key Holders To Make

12 Original And Functional DIY Key Holders To Make
Running around and looking for your keys everywhere? Late every morning because can’t find your keys? Then a key holder is a must! There are lots and lots of fast and easy ideas to realize, so don’t hesitate to find a piece that suits you. The most popular and easy way to do that is... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

Fun DIY Key Holder With Wooden Beams

Fun DIY Key Holder With Wooden Beams
If you have a problem of disappearing of keys every time, you need a key holder, and here’s a good idea! The supplies are a square wooden bar, 5 natural wooden beads of different sizes, 5 black wooden beads, cord, 5 key rings, some white acrylic paint, fine sandpaper, scissors, brushes, a ruler, a lighter,... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Vintage Keys Frame

DIY Vintage Keys Frame
We always lose the keys and spend time looking for them in a hurry. Here’s a way not to look for them and not to be late everywhere. Make a frame where you could put your keys not to forget them. Such a thing would display all the keys you have. You’ll need a frame,... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Key Rack For Real Geeks

DIY Key Rack For Real Geeks
If you’re a real geek you probably know how to setup a network. You probably even have tools and materials to do that. Here is a key rack that you can do of RJ-45 jacks, several wall mounted boxes for RJ-45 jacks and plugs. You probably have RJ-45 plug crimper, scissors and cutting tool so... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on:

DIY Keymagnet From A Light Switch

DIY Keymagnet From A Light Switch
Here is a very simple but very useful DIY project to upgrade you entryway. The idea belongs to Instructables user Instructablesar and it took him only several minutes to implement it. He placed a small but powerful neodymium manget behind the plastic plant of his light switch. Thanks to that he now has a surprisingly... 
MORE PICTURES
Published on: