This instructable should take no more than 30 minutes and will cost next to nothing (or nothing if you happen to have the parts lying around, Which I did =])
Step 1: Collecting the Components
1x Donor Keyboard
1x Stick of old RAM (Preferably with one Flat Side)
Some Electrical Wire
Hot Glue + Gun
Step 2: Preparing Your Keys
Next, You will need to cut off the tabs on the underside of the Keys, this is best done with a Dremel/Hacksaw, you are aiming for a nice flush finish on the underside of each key, to ensure a tight seal against the RAM stick.
NOTE: Extreme care must be taken when cutting the keys, as they are small and difficult to Hold, I suggest a "Helping Hand" if you have one, we all still want to be able to count to ten.
Step 3: Glue on the Keys
Although the Hot Glue provides a strong fixture, I did notice it could be removed with some force, so don't worry too much if your keys are not aligned exactly right, you can always redo them.
Make sure the RAM stick is clean, this will make for a better fixture
I found that lining the Keys up in the order they are being glued tends to simplify things and ensure "Megan" is not inadvertantly changed to "Mgena"
Once all the Keys are glued, Leave the stick for a few minutes just to make sure each key is firmly glued down.
Step 4: Making the Hanging Wire
Step 5: Voila, Instant Geek Points
Some Possible Hanging Locations Include:
Fridge (Assisted By a Magnet)
Until Next Time, Cosgrove
[This is my first Instructable, so any feedback would be greatly apreciated]