Make a Keychain Out of Anything. Cheap N' Easy!

Introduction: Make a Keychain Out of Anything. Cheap N' Easy!

About: Please join my online forums: http://generaleverything.co.nr/ A website where you can talk about just about anything. Features forums and chat room, along with user created clans and items.

In this instructable, I'll show you guys how to make just about anything into a nifty keychain.

Tired of your old, dull, boring keychain? Stop having a boring keychian, stop having a boring life! You need a ~~SlapChop~~ pimped out keychain!

Step 1: You Need:

- A Drill (9 times out of 10 there's one in your garage or somewhere else in the house)
You don't need anything special. We used a ordinary drill and we could driller right trough a dice, a eraser, a penny, and a Tech-Deck skateboard.

- A Chain (You can buy this at a local craft store OR substitute dental floss for a chain, it works.)
You only need 1 chain, as you can put all your keychains on the same chain.

- A Object to use as a Keychain (Sorry, you can't use a vacuum cleaner or turkey-salad sandwich.)
If it's not made of diamond I'm sure you can drill a hole through it.

Step 2: Get Your Stuff

Get whatever you want to make into a keychain.
Hold it down a drill a hole in it.

Step 3: Put It on the Chain

This requires hand-eye coordination.

Step 4: Repeat!

Repeat steps 2-3 until you have enough stuff.

Step 5: Done

Congratulations, you no longer have a boring life!

Be the First to Share

    Recommendations

    • Home Decor Challenge

      Home Decor Challenge
    • Colors of the Rainbow Contest

      Colors of the Rainbow Contest
    • Arduino Contest

      Arduino Contest

    12 Comments

    0
    adebard
    adebard

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm a firm believer in the "Knock on wood" superstition, my boyfriend tried to make me a piece of wood keychain for me to knock on :3

    0
    St Jimmy
    St Jimmy

    10 years ago on Introduction

    All of a sudden I have a mental image of a man with a drill staring thoughtfully at his house...

    0
    Gage987
    Gage987

    11 years ago on Introduction

    i wonder hoe this would work with a twenty sided dice for extra display of nerdy-nesss

    0
    Father Christmas
    Father Christmas

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    drill at an angle on two seperate faces so they would meet at about 90 degrees. then it wouldnt be hard to hook a chain to it. Ive done it before lol

    0
    Gage987
    Gage987

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    That would work. Awesome!

    0
    berky93
    berky93

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I made a keychain out of one of my guitar picks - I just used a hole puch to get through it. its great, because now I always have a spare pick with me (although I also keep picks in my earbuds case, which I keep with me)

    0
    dombeef
    dombeef

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Slap chop..."You gota love my nuts ,walnuts, peanuts..." LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!