Materials: • Key • Pen or pencil • Scissors • Small X-acto knife • Small piece of scrapbook paper • Mod Podge or any other decoupage medium • Brush Instructions: • Turn your scrapbook paper upside down and place the top half of the key over it. • Trace around the key and in between any holes. Make sure to use a pen or pencil with a thin tip (like a lead pencil) in order to easily reach inside the smaller holes. • Cut around your tracing. • Use an X-acto knife to cut out the small holes at the top. It's best to do this on a hard, flat surface, but be careful not to damage your table. • To ensure the paper will fit properly, place it over the key and trim off any excess if needed. • Brush on a layer of Mod Podge over the top half of the key and place the paper on top. • Press firmly for a few seconds making sure there are no air bubbles, then brush another layer on top of the paper to seal it in. The Mod Podge will dry clear. (Tip: You can use a toothpick to remove any excess Mod Podge that may ooze out) • Let completely dry and repeat on the other side if desired.