After Key 718 I decided to make more paper quilled keys at another time; right now I’m very happy to be creating again with found objects. Here is the latest round of keys (some of which contain bits from a recent trip to England and Ireland):
Key 719 has been patiently waiting for my flirtation with paper quilling to end so that I could finish it.
Key 720 is (mostly) made up from street bits found near my house. I love the way those beat up and rusted washers look after they are resined.
The big washer on Key 721 is from the street in Belfast.
My husband found the very interesting centre piece of this key on his way to the coffee shop last week.
Keys 725 and 726 include dresser drawer handles from a recent sale at our local farmer’s market. The centre pieces and end bit on Key 724 are from the South Kensington neighbourhood of London.
The Christmas ornament on the end of Key 726 was also a “walk to the coffee shop” find by my husband. The gold bits at the end are the tops of golf clubs from a fancy “bag of golf clubs” sun catcher ornament (purchased at a church garage sale).