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Am I the only one that has the hardest time finding key racks? I couldn’t find one I liked in the old house, so ended up making a simple book page key rack. When we moved I left it in place for the new owners. As I started to look for one for the new house, the struggle came back! This time I created a super simple DIY Arrow Key Rack that I absolutely adore.
Darice has a new product line of decorative barn wood letters and shapes, and when I saw the Barn Wood Arrow on Consumer Crafts, I knew that it was destined to be my new key rack! As soon as the arrow arrived I was already ecstatic about my purchase. It was as cute in person as it was on the computer screen. Follow along to see how I turned this sweet little piece into an even better key rack!
Tea Cup Hooks (make sure you get a smaller size hook so that it doesn’t go all the way through the arrow. I totally forgot and picked up bigger hooks so wasn’t able to screw them all the way through)
Fine Grit Sandpaper (optional)
3M Velcro Command Strips (optional)