Friday, June 14, 2013

father's day diy: wooden key chain/gift tag


So you've arted up some gift wrap for Dad's favorite candy bars now all you need is a nifty gift tag. Why not make the gift tag a part of the gift by turning it into a keychain?


Small packs of wooden discs can be found at your local craft store for very little. You can use a hammer and nail to create the hole or get all power tool happy and use a drill with a small bit. Grab a handful of discs and add a hole to each one.


Attaching the keyring can be tricky if your discs are compromised. One of our discs cracked but the rest were good. You can also use a short length of ball chain instead of a classic key ring.


Your children can paint up the discs are get a bit happy with markers.


Aren't they nifty? Happy Almost-Father's Day!

4 comments:

  1. I love the key tags and the artwork candy bars! I'll be sharing both this week on The Crafty Crow :)

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  2. I love these! I'm planning on doing it with my grade 1s an 2s next week for a Father's Day gift! Just wondering if you protected them with Mod Podge afterwards. I just want to make sure the kids' artwork doesn't bleed or anything.

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  3. Tuy rất đơn giản nhưng đầy là những chiếc móc khóa đẹp đấy!

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