Key 362: my husband found the centre piece on the one side on his way to the coffee shop; the sparkly bit on the other side is from a discount bin bracelet; the edge of the key is from an old (1950’s?) bracelet.
Key 363: the centre piece on the one side is from a necklace – I filed off the metal side loops that were on it – I don’t remember seeing people wear these necklaces with the big teardrops but they must have been a recent thing because Value Village seems to have an abundance of them. The tiny piece of metal on the black thing on the bottom of the other side has the name “Alex” engraved on it. But the blank side looked better so only the people reading this will know about the hidden name.
Key 364: the centre piece on the one side is made with an abalone shell and the cool thing on the bottom is part of the drawer pull from an old treadle Singer sewing machine (score!); the centre piece on the other side is a sparkly red or blue depending on how the light hits it.
Key 365: has a piece of jewelry from a bad boyfriend (not mine) on the one side and a pretty flower broach on the other side. This key just goes to show that one woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure.
Key 366: has a rusty old key that survived at least one winter on the road on the one side and a sparkly bit of broken broach on the bottom of the other side.