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Inspirational Keyring DIY

by Stephanie (follow)
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With the beginning of the year, we are naturally prone to take new resolutions. It is harder to stay motivated and keep them unfortunately. Make this simple keyring craft to help the kids remembering their resolutions daily. These can be made by the parents to give to the kids or the kids to offer as gifts or for themselves.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Sticky note pad
Sticky tape
Fine point permanent black marker
Hole puncher
Scissors
Book rings or split rings

Method
Cut the sticky part of your sticky note pad.
Then, cut the paper into smaller rectangular shapes. Try your best to make them all same sizes.

Write down your resolutions, affirmations, goals and inspirational words across, leaving a small gap on the left.
Use sticky tape to cover the piece of paper on both sides.
Trim any excess.
Make a hole on the left.
Place the paper inside the book rings or split rings. Once done, place on bags or anything you usually carry around.

Categories
#keyring
#easy
#cheap
#inspirational
#gift
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