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Mini Layouts on a Keychain

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These adorable keychains were created by Sherelle Christensen.

I love how she made one for each of her children.  What a great gift idea for a grandparent!

These little keychain booklets and embellies are such fun to make and so addictive!  

If you would like to get clear tags to make your own, try these: Clear Tags

You can also stamp on the tags with Staz-On ink.  Note, If you add scrapbooking embellishments, you may want to put a coat of clear Gel Medium to help seal and protect your creation.

See a complete acrylic key tag tutorial here.

Also, see a key tag tutorial using Shrinky Dinks here.

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A similar key tag can be made using a sheet of clear Coin Collector Pockets . We made these ones by cutting apart the pre-made sections. (See photo at right and below).

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Ultra mini scrapbook layouts were made and inserted inside the sleeves. A Cropodile worked well to punch a hole and insert in an eyelet for the keychain ring.

For more ideas, check out our MiniBook eBook here!


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9 Comments

  1. Posted 8 years ago | Permalink

    Those are just adorable! Thanks so much for sharing this with us, and all the other cool stuff you link to, also!

  2. Karen
    Posted 3 years, 6 months ago | Permalink

    Love this!!!

  3. sandy odell
    Posted 3 years, 5 months ago | Permalink

    are the mini keychain layouts laminated, if not how does the photo not get damaged? SUPER cute!!!!

  4. Posted 3 years, 5 months ago | Permalink

    I’m not sure, Sandy, but I would suggest giving them a coat with clear gel medium. Golden is a good brand and it dries really quickly too and is non-tacky. Mod Podge dries tacky and they will stick to each other…

  5. Alyson
    Posted 3 years, 3 months ago | Permalink

    Is there anywhere to still get these key chain tags???

  6. Posted 3 years, 3 months ago | Permalink

    Alyson, try this link from Red Lead: https://www.redleadpaperworks.com/servlet/Categories

  7. Lisa Stephenson
    Posted 3 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    These are so cool. I guess you have to order the supply’s to make these wonderful photo chains. I love the way pinecrest makes my old creative mind start working again.

    Thanks for sharing! You are so talented!

  8. Posted 3 years ago | Permalink

    I love your photo key chain! I included it with a link back to you on my Mother’s Day Gift Tutorials post here:

    http://freshjuniper.blogspot.com/2012/05/mothers-day-gift-tutorials-25-quick.html

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  9. Joyce
    Posted 1 year, 5 months ago | Permalink

    I am thinking you could use a few of the paint chips that are solid…like formica. I would never suggest you take a few from the hardware store of course (cough, cough). I think that 4-5 of those would fit nicely on a chain.

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