Click the jump below to see the details on these DIY keychains, and to see some of our pins we have in the store.
Note, supplies vary by location. If you have a certain product in mind, be sure to call the store ahead of time to check on stock.
* Martha Stewart Craft Paint
* Wooden beads
* Paint brush
* Screw eyes
* Hemp twine
* Plastic animals or other small plastic figurine
* Eye bolt snaps
* Leather fringe (optional!)
1. First paint your wooden beads. Allow them to dry.
2. Attach your screw eye to your plastic figure by pressing firmly and steadily, then twisting.
3. Thread your hemp twine through the screw eye on the plastic figurine, to the halfway point on the twine. Take both ends, and thread the two ends through your beads, and together thread the two ends through the eye bolt snap at the top. Knot the hemp twin around the eye bolt snap. If you have a tail of twine, you can thread it down through the beads so you don't see it.
|Some lapel pins by Yellow Owl Workshop. Image courtesy of Yellow Owl Workshop.|
|Cute alien flair, including a space gun pin, lots of extraterrestrial patches, and more.|
|We also have a large selection of buttons to peruse!|
|These fun and fluffy keychains come in a variety of colors.|
|Enamel pins by the Portland artist collaborative, Rambling Hands.|
|Amazing kawaii food keychains, plus Sailor Moon, Pokemon, and various animal bell keychains.|
|Adorable mini sticker patches in a variety of styles.|
|We have a LOT of miniatures, which you can easily glue onto a pin backing or jewelry bail, and create your own accessories.|
|We love Prince. Check out our Prince goodies at the store.|
|Another view of some of our keychains in stock.|