Keyman made of computerkeys.
You will need: computerkeys, a key ring, some string, all purpose glue, a pair of scissers, little piece of cardboard 2 mm thick. needle 

Step 1:

Remove computerkeys from an old keyboard. Cut off protruding triangles with all purpose scissors. You can smoothen te underside of the key with a piece of sandingpaper if neccesary. You will need 16 square keys, 2 long (matching) keys for the body, 2 rectangular keys (matching) for the head. It would be wise to perform steps 1 and 2 for all keys, before going on.
<p>nice work</p>
makes me smile =]
i like that. i have many alos keyboard fail. this is good i dea for me. thank you
This would be fun to do with kids - adorable!
I also (very unlike me - I am very suspicious of spam. Many posts by just-joined accounts is unfortunately spam) had a look at your homepage and you have some really nice recycle-projects, especially i like the crow made of biketires - even if I don't read dutch very well (as in barely read it at all :) <br> <br>I look forward to seeing more of this stuff from you. <br>
Dear mh76dk, <br> <br>Thanks for visiting my website. The inner-tube crow will be my next project on instructables. Stay tuned!
And if you have enough old keyboards, make a whole key-family and possibly their key-pets :-) <br> <br>I likey :-)

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Bio: Technics/ arts and crafts teacher at a school for mentally disordered young adults.
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