Spoon Key Chain

Introduction: Spoon Key Chain

This is just something that anyone can make if you ever need a place to keep your keys.

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Step 1: Items

You will need
1-a spoon, preferably one that you can spare.
2-a hammer.
3-a drill.
4-and a drill bit of your choosing.

Step 2: Prepping

You will first want to find a hard and durable surface that you can pound away at (preferably the sidewalk or concrete).
Second you will just hold the spoon in place and then proceed to hit it with the hammer until it reaches you desired flatness.

Step 3: Holes

The last step is to drill holes in the spoon.
The best place to drill the holes is along the sides so you can put the rings in for your keys.

Step 4: Done

To get the handle off-
You just bend the handle at the desired point and then bend it the other way, over and over again until it snaps. If it is sharp at the broken point just get a file and smooth it out.

And there you go. Now you have a place to keep all your keys in one place.
And the best part is....You made it.

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    4 Discussions

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    Breckrider
    Breckrider

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Why not bend the handle over to form a clip similar to a money clip? That way you could slip it over your waste band or the edge of your pocket?

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    FabledFox
    FabledFox

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    i guess because it might fall out unless its all the way in your pocket. but if you want to you can

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    FabledFox
    FabledFox

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    sorry... i know i missed something. you just bend the handle at the desired point and then bend it the other way, over and over again until it snaps. If it is sharp at the broken point just get a file and smooth it out.