- Wooden rings, 3-4” diameter for bangle
- Embroidery floss in various colors
- Foil tape
- Key ring with large lobster clasp
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks or Fabri-Tac
1. Put the keyring on your wooden ring. You can work around it as you wrap, but it will be more difficult to get on once the wooden ring is wrapped in embroidery floss.
2. Mark roughly equal sections for the color blocking on the ring with a pencil.
3. Start to wrap the ring, cut a length of embroidery floss, find the center of the floss, then saddle the ring with the embroidery floss in the center of a section you’ve marked.
4. Hold the center of the floss in place and wrap one side so that you don’t have to deal with excess floss. Drop a dab of glue on the end of the wrap to secure. Wrap the other side and secure with glue on the other end.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 a couple more colors until the color blocking is complete.
6. To cover the color transitions, wrap a piece of foil tape around where the different colors of floss meet.
Pro Tip: Matching the color of the foil tape to the color of the key ring can make it look high end and professionally made!
7. Put your keys on the ring and enjoy!