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chieflittlehorse

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Post Fri Aug 24, 2018 4:46 am

Key Display

So I bought some bit type keys on Amazon thinking they were regular sized. To my surprise most of these keys are about half an inch.

It did say for use in making jewelry and stuff.

So I had this picture display and took a picture of it with my small keys in them.

I haven't decided how to mount them yet. I might use a glue gun of some other type of adhesive.

So enjoy the photo.
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ghost_os

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Post Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:35 am

Re: Key Display

Nice display piece. Are you going to be putting a backing behind the keys? If so, I bet an antique parchment style paper would look great!
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chieflittlehorse

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Post Fri Aug 24, 2018 5:02 pm

Re: Key Display

ghost_os wrote:Nice display piece. Are you going to be putting a backing behind the keys? If so, I bet an antique parchment style paper would look great!


Yes, I was thinking of that. Thanks for the idea as I couldn't decide what kind of backing I would use.
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Post Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:25 pm

Re: Key Display

Beautiful design. Nicely laid out.

If you have a Hobby Lobby in your area, they have genuine parchment there. Working on a design to make some old cutaways and may use a laser engraver to etch the patent pictures onto some parchment part of the display.

Gordon
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