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Feb 25, 2015

How to: Make a Custom Leather Key Cover

True personal style is all in the details, from little things like buttons and where you cut your sideburns to the texture and shape of your accessories and daily carry items. This easy leather key cover project is exactly that: a simple, DIY way to add a little personal touch to the things you use everyday.    

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Mar 31, 2014

How to: Make Your Own Swiss Army-Style Flip Out Key Ring

created at: 03/31/2014

The key bulge. That tangle of metal in your pocket that does no one any favors, and is usually more hassle than its worth...until you're out and you actually need

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May 21, 2013

How to: Make a DIY Swiss Army Key Ring

created at: 05/21/2013

The clever hackers at Makezine came up with the cool, yet surprisingly easy, method for creating a Swiss Army Knife-style key ring as a much more efficient way to stash your keys in your pocket.    

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Feb 01, 2013

How to: Make a Knotted Leather Key Ring

If you're looking for a weekend project to do while you're stuck inside in these blasted temperatures, or just a general introduction to working with leather, consider making one of these classic, masculine key rings.   

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Nov 15, 2012

DIY Idea: Make a LEGO Key Organizer

German designer and architect Felix Grauer crafted this handmade key hanger and organizer from his bin of standard LEGO bricks.  

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Jun 12, 2012

How to: Make a DIY Lego Key Holder

created at: 06/11/2012

I've been seeing various DIY Lego key holders pop up on Pinterest and around the blogosphere lately and I think it's a brilliant and super easy idea. First of all, everyone loves Legos. Second, we're all misplacing our keys, right? Well this DIY project will add some geeky-chic flair to your home and, hey, if you're still looking for a Father's Day gift for Dad, why don't you make him one of these?  

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Sep 13, 2011

DIY Idea: Make a Bicycle Valve Key Organizer

I know this sounds like a cheesy setup for a blog post, and it's way too coincidental, but I assure you, it's true: last night, I popped a tube on my bike, cutting my intended 65 mile ride into a short 7.5. I have a spare tube, tire wrenches, and pump with me at all times, which I thought I knew how to use. Turns out, I do not. It was a long walk to the bike shop. (Thankfully, I learned they have classes on how to fix a flat every Thursday at 7p. Guess where I'll be this week.)

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