How to make a cool Lego key holder with a note clip..

Step 1:

Watch this video guide:

What You Need

1) A Lego base plate
2) A selection of Lego bricks and plates
3) Adhesive putty or pads
4) A spirit level
3) Keys on a keyring or chain

Step 2:

Take a Lego base plate and stick adhesive putty or pads to the back of it. For a more permanent solution drill through the base plate and fix it to the wall with screws.

Step 3:

Fix the base plate to a suitable place on the wall. Use a spirit level to make sure its straight.

Step 4:

Thread a small Lego flat onto your keyring or chain.

Step 5:

Hang your keys on the board and decorate your Lego base plate with more Lego blocks.

Step 6:

Add a Lego hinge to use as a note holder.
<p>Amazing :)</p>
<p>Thanks for the idea.</p>
<p>I had a big piece green board left over from making a couple of light switch covers so I screwed it to the wall were the previous owners had a key rack. Awesome thing is that the anchors were spaced apart where the mini screws fit perfectly through the boards pegs so deeper bricks cap over them.</p>
Love it<br>
I need to make this for my new apartment!!:)
<p>Cool :)</p>
Omg that has to be the coolest easiest think to do<br>What a great idea<br>U got my vote
<p>Great Thanks!</p>
<p>this is an amazing idea one question, where did you get all those strange keys?</p>
<p>Ha ha a collection of old vehicles and doors!</p>
which lego kits have the flats with holes in or did you have to drill them? I've not come across this part before
<p>It is a standard Lego part, but I think it'd from Technic Lego. Part number <strong style="font-size: 15.0px;">3709b</strong></p><p><strong> <br></strong></p>
<p>Very cool !</p>
So cool, definitively going to make this one.
<p>Very neat.</p>
Really cool! I have a box of Legos in my closet. Time to break it out!

About This Instructable



More by Dave Hax:Cool A Drink In 2 Minutes Matchbox Microphone How Dish Soap Works - Water Surface Tension Experiment 
Add instructable to: