Key Project

Keys 436 – 440

Key 436 one side
Key 436 one side

Key 436 is made from a shuffleboard pole, a fancy red and gold bracelet, a red “diamond” Christmas decoration pic, two metal bits that I don’t know what their real purpose is, and some red beads (some of which are still chained together).

Key 436 other side
Key 436 other side

 

Key 437 one side
Key 437 one side

Key 437 is made with a terminal coated with copper spray paint, a thin bracelet with green and copper seed beads, and a weird lock thing that came with a chain. On the one side: two roses from a crucifix necklace, two hearts (well three because one’s split in two) from a bracelet, a bead from a necklace, and a leaf from a bracelet. On the other side: the chain and end piece that came with the weird lock thing.

Key 437 other side
Key 437 other side
Key 438 one side
Key 438 one side

Key 438 is made with a piece of shuffleboard pole, a bracelet covered in green cylindrical beads (I’m sure there’s a name for these beads, I just don’t know what it is – they aren’t seed beads so maybe they are stem beads?), an earring, and an elephant that came from a belt. The elephant is shiny gold on the one side and covered in pink seed beads (I added those) and a leafy earring on the other side.

Key 438 other side
Key 438 other side
Key 439 one side
Key 439 one side

Key 439 is made with a gold painted terminal, a link from a fancy gold belt, and a butterfly pendant that is white on the one side and covered with gold and cut out hearts on the other side. This key also has a `pearl` and a chain on the one side and two pieces of a bracelet on the other side.

Key 439 other side
Key 439 other side
Key 440 one side
Key 440 one side

Key 440 is made with a terminal that has been painted white, chains from a heavy gold necklace and a bead. There’s a fancy broach on the one side, a gold earring and a red jewel that came from the bracelet used in key 436 on the other side.

Key 440 other side
Key 440 other side

 

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