Make Original Keychain Using Nuts.

Introduction: Make Original Keychain Using Nuts.

About: Crazy and creative Industrial design student at Kielce Technology University.

I need a keychain (I don't know if the "keychain" is good word)for my new keys,and I searched my cupboards looking for keychain good for my keys but I couldn't find anything nice. I decided to make my own keychain using nuts!
I want to share with you  knowledge about their construction.
Let's get started!

Step 1: What You Will Need?

You will need some nuts with different sizes and epoxy glue(or other strong glue) and ring.
You can polish your nuts to make them shiny.

Step 2: Nice Composition.

To make nice keychain you should make nice composition of your nuts.
You can make a mikey mouse theme!(weeeee!!)
I make a snowman.

Step 3: Glue!!

Glue you com position together using epoxy glue.(Don't glue your fingers!)
And next, let them dry out for 4-5 hours(made coffee or something...)

Step 4: Finished!

Congratulations you finished my project!
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    12 years ago on Introduction

    Love it, very simple, great idea. The only thing I would do different is to tack weld the nuts. Small  and polished tack point so it won't ruin the cool appearance. It doesnt matter what glue you use it will come apart at some stage. Tack welding will last forever. Great ible ;-)


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Another Idea would be to file off the chrome (which would also be done for welding) and solder them. All you would need is an iron file, solder, flux, a torch striker and a propane torch. All of those things could be found at a hardware store, and it would be much less expensive than welding. It wouldn't be quite as strong as welding, but all of that stuff I just mentioned will almost definitely be cheaper than $60 usd. Of course, you would also want to wash the flux off afterwards. Just let me know if you need any more soldering info (that goes for anyone reading this, too). $60 may seem expensive, but with those items, you could make all sorts of cool things! And yes, you probably could make that money back by making things to sell.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    the flower design would be cute as a gift for a favorite girl, paint with nail polish...nice "ible"