What’s up everyone? Today is a great day to craft, so I’m here to share another wonderful DIY that I have made. It is perfect for anyone that needs a little help with organization. This DIY Memo Board Key Rack is the perfect way to keep your keys, stay on top of things, and be happy! It’s a great project for spring and to spruce up your home, because it’s also a great decor piece! You can display flowers in the jar or throw your loose change in there, hang your keys, and write reminders on the chalkboard. You will never forget a thing! You will love this project, and if you want to see how we made it just keep reading!
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You will need: wooden canvas | mason jar | drill | leather cord | 3 hooks | Americana Chalkboard Paint | paintbrush
Step One: On the right side of the wooden canvas, drill 4 holes that are 3 inches apart lengthwise and 2 inches apart in height. It will probably be easier to just lay the mason jar on the canvas and mark 2 holes on each side of it.
Step Two: Paint the wooden canvas with Americana Chalkboard Paint. Follow the instructions on the label.
Step Three: Tie a knot on the end of the leather cord. String it through one of the holes from the back.
Step Four: String the end of the leather cord through the front of another hole. Place the mason jar in the opening created by the cord and tighten it around the mason jar.
Step Five: Do the same thing with the other set of holes and tie knots on the back of the wooden canvas.
Once you add the hooks to the bottom. it is ready to be hung up! This is the perfect place to leave notes for your roommates to see. I love having a designated spot for my keys right as I walk in the door. It has saved me so much time by not having to be constantly searching my entire apartment for my keys when I go to leave. You could also switch out the flowers and make the mason jar a loose change jar!
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