Key holder

July 21st, 2009 in member junk     
bluejean bluejean, member
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I used vintage hooks for this one.
Here I used vintage hooks and a locking mechanism from a vintage window.
This one has three vintage window locking mechanisms for hooks.
I used vintage hooks for this one.

I used vintage hooks for this one.


This key holder started out with a piece of vintage molding.  I screwed on a piece of aluminum (I’m not sure what it was used for in its previous life) on top and added the word keys with scrap book rub-on letters, and vintage hooks.  Eye hooks were then added on the top for easy hanging.


Pattern or design used: My own design - repurposedantiques.etsy.com
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, wood, cottage, country, family room, kitchen, entry, brown, mudroom, aluminium-metallic, key holder

Comments (8)

chippingcharm writes: Very cool...I love old crusty hardware, especially when used for a purpose other than the original use :) Laurel Posted: 3:25 pm on July 23rd
fellowjunker writes: Cool project!!
xojanis Posted: 11:34 pm on July 21st
alicemom writes: Another home run.....
smiles, alice Posted: 8:28 pm on July 21st
TinTinJunkFan writes: So simple and so great! Posted: 4:05 pm on July 21st
byabpryor writes: Very cute... very cute indeed! I thought this was a vintage piece you found as-is.. not created... WELL done!!!!!! I really like it and can appreciate the conception and finish product. Posted: 11:43 am on July 21st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Nice job, Bluejean!
Candy Posted: 11:37 am on July 21st
monakent writes: These are absolutely delightful!!! What a great way to display your keys. gailmarie Posted: 9:50 am on July 21st
suewhitney writes: Yeah for functional junk. Love the metal tag...very cool. Nice work, Bluejean. May you never lose your keys again!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:30 am on July 21st
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