Farmhouse Key Holder

14 Materials
2 Hours

This adorable little holder is a place for your keys and a little houseplant! Here's how you can make one too.

First, cut the wood you'll need. I used a 1"x11"Board cut to 8"x11" and 1"x4" cut to 5” inches long Then, stain the wood to your desired color.

Once that is all dry, it is time to assemble. I used painters tape and placed the shelf at 1" from left and 5" from the top down and taped it in place.

Then I flipped it over and marked my nail spots 5" from the top and nailed on my little shelf.

Then I placed the hooks to the right of shelf measuring 1" from the bottom and marked a dot at 8". 10" seemed to be good spacing and I screwed my hooks in.

Next I cut white vinyl Home Sweet Home at 4x4" in a font that I liked and used my scraper to apply it over my hooks.

Then I flipped over and applied my hangers so that I could mount it to the wall. 1" from top and 2" and 9" across back.

Place your succulent on the shelf and hang your keys!

This is a cute farmhouse key holder with a cute decorative edge.

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  • Sunny Sunny on Jan 10, 2019

    This key holder is adorable! What font did you use? Thanks!

  • Karina Karina on Jul 17, 2019

    When you are describing your cut in the very beginning it really doesn’t make sense. 1” x 11” and 8/2” x 11” and then another one, then you say by five?? Doesn’t make sense. What is it particularly precisely?


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