Craft-Crazy: Lomography-Inspired DIY Keyholders

2012-08-21 1

Create your own keyholder with some combination of your creativity and Lomography camera charms. This is the easiest tipster of the crafty kind ever!

What you need:

  • Paper of your choice for drawing
  • Scissors
  • Puncher
  • Ring holder

Here’s how to do it:

1. Draw your favourite Lomography camera on a piece of paper. If you don’t like plain white, then you can use colourful paper.

I drew the Diana Mini, Fuji Instax, and a Sprocket Rocket. I think I would draw another one…a Fisheye!

OK. I’m done now. So let’s move to the next step.

2. Cut each of the camera drawing according to its shape (or if you want to make rectangular/ circle/ heart shape then it’s up to you).

3) Now its time to laminate your artwork. Find the nearest stationery shop near you that offer laminating services.

4) Make hole on each piece. Put on the ring.

Note: You can replace the ring with ribbons, key-chain or any other thing you prefer.

5) And you’re done! It’s THAT simple.

This thing looks funny, but I like it. HAHA.

I’m a proud Lomographer!

written by syira690 on 2012-08-21 #gear #tutorials #drawing #projects #laminate #malaysia #craft-crazy #sketching #keyholder #crafty #art #lomography #diy #tipster

One Comment

  1. tomatowong
    tomatowong ·

    I just did one!! Looking good!! Never thought of this before! It's nice and special as you drew it yourself!! (y)

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