21+ DIYs to Make a Key Holder
Key holders come as a boon saving you from the trouble of frantically searching for keys when you are in a hurry. You could make them on a wooden plank, or even out of cardboard or any upcycled material. Check out the tutorials below to know how to make key holders at home.
The chalkboard spray paint on the holder, adds charm to it.
Following the instructions in the above tutorial, you could make a “his or her” key holder with a dog paw at the center using a chalkboard. The image below gives you a vivid idea.
The dark color on the wood adds to its rustic appeal. The tiny pot on one side adds to its beauty to the fullest.
You could add a mason jar instead of a pot, as shown here.
The unique part of this Keyholder is the wood balls bearing the keychains.
The bunting banner sitting right on top adds an increased cuteness to the entire key holder.
Besides your keys, you could also find room for your wallet and mobile in this multipurpose holder.
The white stripes on the wooden box create a chevron pattern.
After you have made these leather straps to hold your key chains, attach them to a wooden plank for easy accessibility.
Getting this done may require a lot of drilling and screwing though the result will be worth it.
Cut out a cardboard base, design it in the shape of a house, and decorate it accordingly to get this magnificent key holder done. Make any other design like a Christmas tree according to the occasion.
Write “Words of Wisdom” on the blackboard daily. The terra cotta pot to the side adds to its beauty.
Make the shelf as decorative as possible by painting it and also adding several accessories to it.
The burlap strip at the center gives the key holder a rustic look to the fullest.
You could make another cute key holder from an old wooden frame like the picture that follows. The smiley at the center adds to its cuteness.
If you intend to hide the house keys outside, this pill bottle, known for its weather-proof properties, would be a great option. Take a rock to camouflage it and put it in a secret place out of everyone’s sight.
If you already have a key holder, paint or decorate it like the one shown in this tutorial.
If you have waste cardboard, make good use of it by turning it into a fascinating key holder. The birds and flowers make it all the more enticing.
If planning to make a key holder for your little ones, this one, as shown in the image, designed using colorful popsicle sticks. Glue the key rings to it, and embellish it with paper butterflies, stars, or anything else.
This is an extremely easy and fun activity with a tennis ball that your kids are bound to enjoy.
Take an old CD, cut a hole at the center, wrap it in craft paper, and attach rings or clips to it for holding the keys.
These fantastic DIY ideas would help in making unusual holders for your keys. Take liberty in being as creative as possible in designing and embellishing them for specific occasions.
Published on August 9th 2020 by Miranda Gibbs