I don't remember when it started, but for a long time, I've had an affinity for keys. Jewelry, pendants, lockets, trunks, keys themselves: something about the intricacy of every unique key and the potential it holds has always intrigued me. Fortunately for me, other people must share this fascination, because interesting key paraphernalia is easy to find.
Naturally, I like having keys around. Here is a shadow box wall decor I whipped together using products from a craft store like Michael's and a wrought-iron key I found at an estate sale of a historic house nearby.
If I were to do this project over, I would use a more robust fabric that will not stretch when weighed down, or use a different type of glue. I would probably look for square frames to work with, and put all the charms a little closer together. I tend to place things in a very organized fashion when possible, but mixing and messing up the charms like a collage might look fun!