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Hi Everyone. I'm thrilled to be here today with guest blogging with Bobbie from a Vision to Remember. Bobbie is such an inspiring crafter, and I enjoy reading about all of her craft and sewing endeavors.
Let me introduce myself. I am Alyssa from Persnickety Peacock.
My blog explores my various passions from sewing, crafting, gardening, and cooking. I love to craft. I've been sewing for a little over a year, and I just began embroidery. Honestly, anything not nailed down is in danger of having a monogram. I love to try new recipes, and I oftentimes create digital recipe card for my blog readers to download too. Well, enough about me...let's get started with today's tutorial.
I hope everyone is gearing up for the Fourth of July. I have several friends coming to town, so I decided to put together a quick and easy holiday key chain. Today, I want to share the simple tutorial to make these holiday keyrings. In fact, I'm slightly embarrassed to call this a tutorial because it is so easy!
Step 1: Collect the following supplies: (1) hotel keycard, (2) circular keyring, (3) small adhesive hole puncher, and (6) spare house key., (4) scissors, (5)
Step 2: Pull the adhesive backing back from the small scrapbook paper. Place the keycard face down on the adhesive paper.
Step 3: Fold the end of the adhesive paper over the side of the keycard. Then, roll the keycard over so all sides are covered.
Step 4: Trim back the leftover adhesive paper and ends.
Step 5: Using the scissors, round the edges (following the shape of the hotel keycard).
Step 6: Using a regular hole puncher, punch a hole wherever you would like. After I created mine, I began to think the corner would have been a cute place to put the hole.
Step 7: Slide the keyring through the hole and add your key.
Now you have a spare key for your friends who come to visit. Change the scrapbook paper to fit the holiday of your visitors or create a generic keyring to use year round.
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