How to make Halloween fabric scrap keychain

Holidays are the perfect time to add themed touches to everything. In this DIY, inexpensive items like felt and fabric scraps are transformed into Halloween-inspired keychains that can dress up key fobs, backpacks, or even pencil cases.
Since the keychain is made from fabric, felt, and ribbon, it will not add any extra weight to whatever it is hung from. Paired with some Halloween pencils and candy, these keychains even make for an ideal Halloween party loot bag item.
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Materials
- Black felt
- Scissors
- 2 different Halloween-themed fabric scraps
- Hot-glue gun
- Cream ribbon
- Brass ring
- Gold twine
Instructions
1. Cut a circle out of a piece of black felt.
2. Cut a circle out of one type of fabric. This circle should be smaller than the felt circle cut in the previous step.
3. Glue the fabric circle onto the middle of the felt circle using hot glue.
4. Cut a circle out of the other type of fabric. This circle should be approximately the same size as the previous fabric circle.
5. Glue the fabric circle onto the middle of the other side of the felt circle using hot glue.
6. Cut off a section of ribbon and glue one end of the ribbon to the edge of the felt circle.
7. Place the ribbon attached to the felt through the brass ring, then glue the unattached end of the ribbon to the edge of the back of the felt circle.
8. Glue gold twine around the edge of one of the fabric circles. Cut off any excess twine using scissors.
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