This is super easy to make, with stuff around the house, and makes a nice gift, especially if you don't want your valentines day gift to be too cliché.
Accompanied by a kind word; "without the music of your love I would be nothing" this gift can say more, and cost less, than a £5 box of chocolates from Walmart :-)
NOTE: Blast, I knew I had seen this somewhere! MrBalleng'sTreble Clef Pendant seems to be exactly the same! I am going to keep this instructable up just as a detailed step-by-step on the formation of the treble clef itself, but all praise to MrBalleng please - no thunder stealing here. I think I must have made my original key ring using his instructable actually, seeing as I hammered the ends (poorly) for effect - blast my feeble mind. Ah well, good to get his design up in the public eye some more :-).
Step 1: Materials
A pair of pliers - mine include a little wire cutter in the middle, although in an ideal world I would prefer not to use these as they aren't superbly effective.
About 25cm of wire - I don't know what gauge of wire I used I'm afraid, I just use anything that happens to be lying around, in this case it was old unused chicken wire.
Your hands - gloves maybe, I have spiked myself more than once doing this, but haven't got lockjaw yet!
Step 2: Make the First Loop
Step 3: Curl Opposite End.
Step 4: 2nd Loop Under the Wire
Step 5: Curl Back Over and Cut.
Hold the wire quite far down the pliers so as not to kink, and bend the wire over your finger to make a nice tight turn without any sharp edges. The crossing wire should be parallel to the first cross of the straight length.
Cut the wire length exactly where it crosses the loop, you might have to bend the wire up to cut it before bending it back down again.
Step 6: Make the Final Bend.
I hope you like it, and as I said, it makes a great little non-cliché valentines gift if you're not into the canoodling over cups of sweet rose tea kind of valentines day.
Good luck, and post your versions in the comments! :-)