Learn how to make DIY keychains for selling or for gifts to family and friends. You’ll love the various styles of keychain ideas available.
I’ll admit it – I’m not a fan of the smart key. That’s because I’m probably one of the few people who manages to lose their keys in their running car as they are driving right down the street for a coffee.
But seriously, there is NO place for them! I frequently put them in the cup holder, but then sometimes I need both cupholders. And if they slide into my lap, there’s no telling where they’re going to end up.
I know it’s crazy, but sometimes I miss the into-the-ignition type keys. I guess I’m an “old fashioned” type of person.
One thing stays consistent whether you have a smart key or a standard key: you need a keyring. I have three cars (I’m a bit of an enthusiast!) so I have a lot of keys. And therefore, a lot of keychains. And I love making my own DIY keychains.
There’s another reason to learn how to make keychains . . . they make great gifts and they are awesome for selling at craft fairs.
Beginning crafters can make them, so if you want to get started selling your projects, these ideas are a great place to start.
Are you ready to get the ideas? There are a variety of projects, from easiest to easy. I mean it – none of these DIY keychains are difficult to make!
Scroll down to get them, and let me know which is your favorite in the comments.
Make homemade keychains with these unique tutorials! DIY keychains are perfect for selling or as gifts for friends and family.
Leather tassel keychains are all the rage, and with good reason - they make it easy to find your keys, especially in a large purse or tote. And if you use essential oils, you can add a drop of oil to the soft side of the leather for a DIY on-the-go diffuser keychain.
They’re a fabric wristlet that hooks to your keys, so you can wear them on your wrist, grab them easily. These keychains are great if you choose to sell your crafts. Pick cute fabrics and they will fly off the craft table!
Keep the kids AND adults entertained with this easy to make set of fruit keychains with perler beads. Follow the patterns to make a watermelon, pineapple, strawberry, or kiwi fruit charm. These also make great gifts.