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Monogram Keychain

By: Tanner Bell and and Courtney Chambers for AllFreeKidsCrafts.com

Monogram KeychainGetting your first set of car keys is one of the most exciting moments in a teenager's life. Even if you're just letting them borrow the car, you can make the moment even more special with a Monogram Keychain. They will always know which key set is theirs and your newly driving teenager probably won't lose their DIY keychain. Your kids can even design their own DIY keychain ideas for their friends who are just starting to drive. This can also be a gift for an older young adult who just got their first apartment or moved into their first dorm room. Growing up is full of firsts and new things and a DIY keychain will become a great keepsake.


Monogram KeychainMaterials:

  • Podgeable shape
  • Keychain hardwear
  • Pattern paper
  • Computer and printer
  • Mod Podge
  • Paint brush
  • X-ACTO Knife
  • Ribbon


Instructions:

1. Use an online monogram generator and print your monogram out on patterned paper. Make sure it is smaller than the podgeable shape.

Monogram Keychain

2. Apply a layer of Mod Podge to one side of the podgeable shape and then place it on the pattern paper centered aroudn the printed monogram.

Monogram Keychain

3. Let it dry and then using the X-ACTO Knife, cut the excess paper off.

Monogram Keychain

4. Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the back to seal it.

Monogram Keychain

5. Add the podgeable shape to the keychain finding and add a bow if you want.

Monogram Keychain


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I got these supplies together and gave them as part of a craft box gift for my 13 year old niece. She loves to do crafts, and making her a box with several different crafts I found at this site, gave her things to do that she can't find with packaged crafts at the local craft store. It also helps her to build up a stock of craft supplies, so she can make multiples of crafts to give as gifts from herself, too. when her stock of supplies gets large enough, I can print out directions for different crafts and give them to her.

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