DIY Easy Keychains Recipe Using Instant Peel n Stick Craft Films from

You might not realize just how easy it is to create your own sealed keychain with just our 800P Peel n Stick Adhesive Strips! No liquid sealers necessary! Read on!


Look what Anne whipped up recently from a very simple supply list from 

It’s a toss up who is cuter – Anne’s daughter Molly as a toddler or an adult sock monkey. It depends on your perspective! All you will need to add is your own art or photos, and make sure to have a pair of scissors or a trimming board handy.


DIY Easy Keychain Peel n Stick Instant Recipe Supplies from Designs by Anne Strasser

Choose your art and trim to fit the jewelry base.

Cover and protect the top (picture side) of your art with 801Z by cutting a piece that is a little larger than your art, peeling off the backing and sticking the 801Z onto the “good” side of your art.

Trim off any extra 801Z. Cut a piece of 800P double-sided adhesive film to fit the jewelry base. Peel the backing off one side of the film and stick into the base.

Peel the other side of the backing from the film. (An exacto blade or pin can be helpful to get it started.) Stick the back side of the prepared art onto the sticky film pressing firmly once the art is in place.

Voila! You are ready to put your base onto the key ring!

This is an easy craft to do with groups, classrooms, troops or meetings as there are no liquid sealers or drying times involved. Great for quick Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or Grandparent’s Day gifts! Think ahead for Christmas stocking stuffers – use last year’s Christmas photo or this year’s school pictures or Facebook posts and Instagrams!

Sock Monkey Keychain made from a mail order catalog picture of a sock monkey
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The Great Wave Keychain made from a trimmed mail order catalog picture of a The Great Wave.
Antique Stamp Key Chain
Antique Stamp Key Chain made from a ndewspaper print of an antique stamp

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