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Do it yourself: a key hanger with Lego parts

If you liked to play construction with Lego when you were little, you are in luck because it is something that you can continue to do when you grow up and also with very useful results. The Lego pieces not only serve to play and create fantasy constructions, but can be used to make practical accessories for home. In Decoesfera we have already seen several examples and today we bring a special key hanger.

Of course to make this accessory we need a key piece, the blue that you see in the photo and that has the hole that we will use to place the ring with the key. As per account Kate, which is the name of the author of the project, is the piece with number 3176Remember the figure, because without that piece you will not be able to make the Lego key hanger functional. And if you want you can decorate the hanger a little more, let's see how.

Clearly this hanger was missing a stormtrooper to keep an eye on the key in question while we have it hanging, is the detail geek that was missing to make the accessory totally perfect. If you are clueless with your keys and you like it Lego and the stormtroopers, you already know what you should place on the wall of the entrance of your house.

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