Small and Simple Lego Keychain. No Drill Needed!!

Introduction: Small and Simple Lego Keychain. No Drill Needed!!

I was at the Lego store a few days back and there were these Lego keychains that you could attach but it cost 10 bucks so I decided to make my own

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Step 1: Gather Your Materials!

To make this keychain you need Tacky Glue or and craft glue that can hold plastics.A Lego brick any of your choiceA split ring If you don't know what it is it is one of those rings that's biggest on a keychain. (Any size) to 6 Jump rings (Any size)

Step 2: Start Adding Jump Rings!

This is the most hard process for me because it is very hard to open the rings and close the rings. To start off get the split ring and mount it somewhere. (I just taped it down to my table) Now proceed to open the jump rings. To do this use the jewelers pliers and slide it on top of the closed mouth. To open the jump ring a bit open the pliers a bit. Keep repeating this process until you have a chain as long as you want. Mine is 6 long.

Step 3: Gluing!

Now that we are done with the hardest part we can do the easy part. First fill the Lego block bottom then insert the last jump ring into the glue and let it dry.

Step 4: The Finished Product!

Once the glue is dry you can attach it to and key or back pack and stack bricks on top. Thanks for reading this instructable. If there is another name for the keychain rings please correct me. Now enjoy your new keychains and have fun!

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    4 years ago

    Thanks for the tip! Also how do you get that picture of a stapler remover??!?


    4 years ago on Introduction

    The best way to open a split ring...use a staple makes it so much easier! Love your project!