a key wind chime is what first popped in my head
Thanks for the answers, but I'm still hoping for more ideas.
There are some pretty creative ideas here
thanks for the info Steve G
Valerie - oh the choices! How about spray painting the keys and framing them like this:
or a necklace like this:
or an idea that popped into my head is to use them to create a layered key "roof" on a wooden birdhouse
or make a tray similar to this penny counter (just use keys instead of pennies)!
Could you somehow make a row of hooks out of them by attaching them to a chippy, old board? What a fun find!
Valerie, use the search feature here and search the word keys - lots of ideas - great wind chimes.
I stretched burlap over a frame and attached some of my oldest keys. Make a great conversation piece.
Can anyone tell me the difference between BakingPowder and Bicarbonate of Soda as I saw some tips about washing pillows that are yellowish,what do you recomend. I have front loader.
@John livingstone baking powder makes baked good rise. While baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) may have some rising properties it is much less. Baking soda also has a multitude of uses and hence is used in many cleaning projects. My vote would be for the baking soda if you are cleaning something - it also tends to soften fabrics.
Many thanks too Gail Salminen washed pillows with bicarbonate of soda pillows came out o/k got them out in the sun, while it`s out . Regards Jock.
Get an old board and glue antique keys in different directions and use a key holder for your current keys, Put pegs under it to hold your keys, also put them on frames to hold your love ones close, ex. you hold the keys to my heart:
I happen to be making a wind chime using a bunch of old keys and beads........
make a cross.
I had a bunch of old keys. I shined them up using my dremel w/brush, then I used E6000 & glued old jewelry pieces on them. They make great necklaces.