Any member of my family can tell you that I am constantly losing my keys. I can have them in my hand, open the car door, put kids in the car seats and PRESTO! my keys have vanished! I look everywhere in the car thinking I've lost my mind until I find them....usually in plain sight. I am just as bad at home. Sometimes I throw them in my purse, sometimes in the diaper bag, sometimes on the counter. I need to have a pager for my car keys like I have for the cordless phone (which I always lose too)! Anyway, I came across this wooden key holder at WalMart the other day and decided I would make it pretty and give it the old college try to put my keys in one spot.
What You Need:
Wooden Key Holder
Scissors, Paint Brush
How To Make It:
Place the key holder upside down on the reverse side of a piece of scrapbook paper and trace the outline.
Cut out shape.
Paint edges with acrylic paint in a color that coordinates with your scrapbook paper and let dry.
Apply a very thin layer of Mod Podge to the wooden key holder and stick on the scrapbook paper.
Once dried completely, put several layers of Mod Podge on, letting each layer dry before applying the next.
Now...if I could just find my keys to hang them on this cute key holder........
(seriously...those are my husband's keys in the pic)