MY DIY | Color-block Keys






Exciting news! I am moving into a new apartment this weekend, and it’s my dream warehouse loft style apartment! I am SO stoked to get into the new space and decorate. I have a bunch of fun projects that I can’t wait to share with you all. But, before we get to that, I have to pack! I am the queen of procrastination, and I left all the packing for tomorrow…eeek. Instead of worrying about that, I am celebrating getting a brand new set of keys by giving them the colorful makeover they deserve (and also help them stand out from my growing collection of keys). Check out the steps after the break, and wish me good luck on the move! 


What You Need:
Scotch tape
Nail Polish

What You Do: 
Create geometric shapes on the top of the keys using tape.
Paint the in the shapes with nail polish. Let dry. Then add a second layer.
Let dry to and hang from your keyring for the coolest house keys on the block




  1. Fee says:

    What a great idea, I will definitely do this!

    Fee /

  2. ISOSCELLA says:

    Love love love this idea! Thanks for sharing


  3. Vanisha says:

    Great idea! Such an awesome simple way to make your keys a little more interesting, will definitely be trying this 🙂

  4. Carol Costa says:

    Coisa mais fofa e muito útil! No meu chaveiro tem umas chaves que me deixam toda confusa. Agora já tenho uma bela solução!!! Abraços

  5. Laura says:

    Congrats on the new place…hope move-in goes smooth! This is such a cute idea, can’t wait to try it!


  6. sherry says:

    Good luck on your new place. You will love the apartment after you get settled. How about a house warming?

  7. Kyle says:

    That’s a super cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Megan Comer says:

    Holy moly! What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing! I will be doing this tomorrow!!


  9. Christelle says:

    I love that idea! Hope the nail polish stays in place a long time! Nice post, love it!
    xoxo from France, Christelle

  10. I am doing this immediately! There is no greater feat than trying to carry a infant and 2 toddlers while also trying to find a key!

  11. Lilly Sutton says:

    What a great idea 🙂 Thank you for the inspiration.

  12. Rachel Ang says:

    Awesome idea! So pretty!!!

    Rachel x

  13. Georgia Hope says:

    Wow, that’s such a great idea, and it looks loads simpler to do than I expected from the pictures! Xx

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