By their nature, staircases are faux piano keys just waiting to happen. Doing so couldn't be any easier. My 'supplies list' would include black and white paint, painter's
Scott got fancy with a pair of pliers and some galvanized steel wire he found in his shed and made this outstanding key holder. How about that?!
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No more jangles: this brilliant hack from Pyro222 (inspired thusly here) custom fits all your keys into a compact Leatherman/multitool. The design even allows you to leave in a few tools and bits in the case for when the time arises.
Leatherman Micra - find an inexpensive copy at the hardware store
Keys - Make copies!
Something to cut the keys with, like a Dremel with a cutoff wheel.
Here’s a perfect little something for all of us who started our DIYing with those familiar little nubby blocks. The LEGO key rack is made of authentic Lego parts and includes 2 LEGO brick key chains. The only problem, of course, is that true FOL’s (that’s Fans of LEGO) could probably make our own! From the LEGO Shop ($9.95).