Guitar Pick Keychain

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Introduction: Guitar Pick Keychain

materials

guitar pic
old key chain
pliers
hole punch

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Step 1: Step One

pull the key chain apart.
like the picture

Step 2: Step Two

hole punch the guitar pic close to the top
like so in the picture

Step 3: Step Three


take the single link of chain and loop it threw the hole in the pic
just like the picture

Step 4: Step Four

attach the rest of the chain to the single link

like the picture

Step 5: Step Five


close the single link tight with the pliers

Step 6: Complete


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    8 Discussions

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    dermord
    dermord

    9 years ago on Step 6

    nice idea!! thanks!! I'll try

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    stud007
    stud007

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Ok so (Mom here) He will get a lesson in jpg vs raw files later. :) It's been updated for your viewing pleasure.

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    stud007
    stud007

    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is mom... he's new to using my camera, I'll find the files and reload them for him.

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    kelseymh
    kelseymh

    9 years ago on Introduction

    What kind of files are these? None of them are recognized as image files, either by the Instructables server or by Firefox. You'll have more success if you upload your images as either PNG or JPEG (for photos) or GIF (for line drawings).

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    NachoMahma
    NachoMahma

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    . Looking at the file data, they appear to be from a Canon camera. I'm guessing that not many people can view these files (I can't), so your suggestion to upload as PNG/JPEGs would seem to be a good one.

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    kelseymh
    kelseymh

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Hmmmm, interesting; thanks! I've got a Canon myself, and it produces JPEGs.