Metal Stamped Vintage Key Jewelry – Stamping GIVEAWAY

stamped metal key jewelry collection

I’ve been itching awhile to find something to do with vintage keys.  I’ve always wanted to try stamping on them, but was too worried about the hardness of the keys destroying the detailing of the metal letters.  So when Impress Art came out with new premium stamps manufactured especially for use on hard metals and stainless steel (they have a lifetime guarantee!) I had to give them a try.

Searching for the perfect key


keys detail

It’s kind of a funny story where all these keys came from. My husband’s Father was an antique collector and regularly attended antique auctions. One Saturday he came back from an auction with an enormous metal safe. When he got home and opened it, he realized there was a locked interior metal box way at the back – but he had no key.  So he kept buying keys and buying keys and buying keys, hoping to find the one that would open that interior safe.

Vintage keys can be really beautiful, but the keys I wanted to try and use were the plain ones.  Smooth and without ridges so they could be stamped down the long side.  I thought maybe they were a special type of key, maybe a trunk key or something specific like that.  But, the only name for them I found was “flat keys” which isn’t very exciting but at least the description rings true.

Vintage Stamped Key Jewelry Materials

stamped key materials

  • Premium Metal Stamping Set by Impress Art
  • Hammer
  • Stamping Block
  • Vintage flat Keys
  • Gilders Paste
  • Jewelry Chain
  • For the bracelet – about 9″ of chain (large enough that the lobster clasp will fit in it, so it will be adjustable) lobster clasp, 2 jump rings and a 2 hole punch by Impress Art

Cleaning the Keys

stamped key cleaning

To research cleaning the keys, I hopped on the internet.  Household vinegar kept popping up as the best solution so I gave it a try.  I soaked the keys for 30 minutes and it did clean the keys, but it didn’t remove the grime.  I was going for an aged look, but not really a grimy one.  I had just about chucked doing this project, until a couple of days later when I did some cleaning and found this bottle of Brasso under the sink. “Helps polish and protect most metals.” Huh.  So I tried it and it worked. I have no idea why Brasso was under our sink, but I’ve since determined that trying things for yourself is sometimes better than just using the internet.

To get a before and after cleaning comparison, in the 4th picture from the beginning the 3 keys on the lower right were cleaned using Brasso (which stinks pretty bad, so I opened a window) and the rest of the keys to the left were cleaned just using vinegar (which also stinks pretty bad).

Monogrammed Vintage Key Necklaces


I started with the monogram necklace first to get some practice stamping on the keys.


I trashed the next key entirely by not wacking it hard enough and then by wacking it too hard.  So after practicing a bit, I got my confidence back and stamped the word love on this key.  That’s my husbands initial on the front of the tiny key. On the other side of the tiny key is my initial.  (awwwww.)

Vintage Key Bracelet How-To


Here’s a quick tutorial on the key bracelet.

1.  Stamp your message

stamped key stamping

As I said above, you will have to hit these keys harder than most pendants. If you’ve never stamped before, hop on over to my tutorial Metal Stamping Tips + Tricks  for some suggestions on letter alignment and other stamping tips.

 2. Punch the hole

stamped key hole drill

This handy little drill by Impress Art punches holes through all types of metal including coins. With a pencil, mark where you want your hole.   Place the key inside the clamp and turn the screw clockwise.  The screw swivels down and pops out a little 1 /16″ sized hole.

3.  Patina the key

stamped key apply guilders paste

Using a Q-Tip, wipe Gilders Paste across the entire front of the key, making sure it fills all the stamped impressions.  Then, wipe it off with a soft cloth or paper towel.

4. Add chain and a jump ring

stamped key attaching jump ring

Cut a piece of chain about 9″ long.  Using jewelry pliers open a jump ring and attach the key and one end of the chain to the jump ring and then close.

5. Add a lobster claw

stamped key attaching lobster claw

Open a jump ring, slide on a lobster claw to the other end of the chain and close the jump ring.

stamped vintage key jewelry finished

Win this!

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Here is the prize for the metal stamping giveaway provided by Impress Arts. (Valued at $70.00!)  Just add a comment below to enter.  (And we can only ship to the US.)  Contest runs through March 8th.

Good Luck and happy stamping!

(Our contest is now closed.)

Congratulations to the winner Susan Gray!  Happy stamping Susan!

Many of you asked in the comments if my Father-in-Law ever found the key to open the safe.  And no, he did not.  He passed away before he was able to open the safe.  But for him, the fun was in the hunt.




  1. Angela Mullis says:

    I love this idea! I have always wanted to try stamping on old keys but was also worried about it ruining my stamps. Thank you so much for the tutorial and the chance to win this giveaway! Pretty please count me in!

    Angi Mullis

    • I love vintage keys and I love the way they look in necklace form. I would LOVE to win this stamping kit! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  2. Jennifer says:

    This looks fabulously fun!

  3. Kim Kreeger says:

    Super cool idea. I will have to give it a try. You are always coming up with new and creative ideas. Thank you for sharing them.

  4. Very cool. I’d love to try this! Win me!

  5. I teach art and I am always excited to learn new ways with old things. (that includes myself!) What a great way to turn an ordinary key into a keepsake

  6. Kelly Fricker says:

    This is very cool! Did your father-in-law ever find a key to fit?

  7. This metal stamp kit looks amazing! I hope I win so I can create cool things.

  8. June Ferguson says:

    Love this project! Thanks so much for the chance to win the metal stamping kit!

  9. Amy Ballard says:

    What a fun way to create art and jewelry!

  10. Marla mueller says:

    I’ve always wanted to try this but lacked the courage. Now you’ve given me the courage so I hope I win the stamping set !

  11. Dana Olson says:

    This would be a lovely gift to win! My birthday is March 7th…wouldn’t that be a nice surprise! I love stamping!

  12. I would love to try my hand at stamping!!! Love the tutorials to help get started!!

  13. How fun! I’d love to win. =)

  14. Dana Blew says:

    Looks like the key to successful stamping! Thanks for the great ideas.

  15. Laura Lee Schaufler says:

    You really explained the process well! I never thought of stamping vintage keys but the idea is great and I love the jewelry you created! Very pretty!

  16. Sara Hall says:

    Ooo! Can’t wait to try this!!

  17. I found this information both interesting and helpful – thank you! And your results look wonderful!!

  18. LOVE your tutorials and always impressed by your skill. Thanks for carrying great stamping products in your store. You have the greatest staff as well!

  19. Cindy Baker says:

    I have so wanted to try metal stamping. Looks like fun!

  20. How cool is that! I love jewelry and recycling things.

  21. Sue Schiefelbein says:

    The stamping class I took was so fun! It’s a great way to personalize so many things. A stamped piece of jewelery, makes a wonderful gift!

  22. Thanks so much for this tutorial. It has some great tips in it and I will make use of several of them.
    I love how these keys came to you. I am always on the lookout for unusual keys to work with and tried stamping keys a few months back. I have had success with some but some are too hard to make impressions into. How great it is that there are stamps made to actually work on the harder metals. I can’t wait to try this on these keys. Keys are such a great symbol and come in such a great variety of sizes and shapes, just imagine all the great pieces you can make with them!

  23. Debbie Wallace says:

    Oh, I would live these! More tools!

  24. You come up with the coolest stuff!

  25. I would love to win this stamping kit. The options are endless. I love the key bracelet!
    Thanks for the giveaway

  26. I’ve always wanted to try this and would love to win!! Please enter me in the giveaway!

  27. Can’t wait to try this stamping on keys! Old keys are my obsession .

  28. I SO love this!! Thank you, Karen, for taking your creative passion and using it in a way that inspires others to do the same! Hope to see you soon at Urban Arts + Crafts!

  29. Melody Baldwin says:

    Love, Love, Love this! Honestly, you are the most creative person I’ve ever met. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas with this creativity-challenged friend and customer!

  30. I’ve purchased several metal stamped pieces…I would love to win this kit to make my own!

  31. I love this! It would be great to win this set.

  32. Sara Holtam says:

    These are so neat! Would love to try it out.

  33. Jessica Persinger says:

    Love the idea of making custom jewelry.

  34. Oh, that is exciting! I love that there are tools for the harder metals now! If I won I would have to splurge for the little hole punching press thing too so I could have all the goodies!
    I am curious if your father in law ever opened the locked box, what was inside?

  35. This is beautiful, Karen! Hope I win! :)

  36. Awesome little giveaway. :)

  37. Christine B says:

    WOW–this looks so fun! I’d love to have the kit–thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  38. Mary Jo McDaniel says:

    I’m excited that there is finally a die that will work with harder metal pieces! I need to win this drawing!!!

  39. says:

    I want to learn how to do this!!!!

  40. lim Hueser says:

    What a great way to use up these keys and express your creativity. Thanks for the ideas.

  41. Karen English says:

    This is something I had never thought of doing. Now, I cannot wait. Obsessed!!!!

  42. Wow! This is an awesome project! The letter tamping tool makes it look easy!

  43. LaChondra Nevins says:

    I would love to make the necklace for my daughter’s since they hold the keys to my heart!

  44. Very cool! I can’t wait to give this a try.

  45. Your key jewelry is gorgeous! And, did your father in law ever get that locked box open? What was in it? I’m dying to know!

    • ialwayspickthethimble says:

      We still don’t know. He passed away before he found the key. (But the fun is in the hunt, right!) 😉

  46. This is a great idea! Will definitely be trying it! Thanks!

  47. Thank you for the great ideas, it seems doable now.

  48. Would love that!

  49. I teach jewelry classes from time to time and would love to win this!

  50. Samantha Dunbar says:

    I love this idea! Setting the keys up with heart blanks or a heart stamp would be cute! I’ve always loved the look of stamped jewelry. My neighbor and I have been looking at the ImpressArt line with longing for months now, lol! We’re constantly bouncing jewelry making ideas off of one another!

  51. What a great idea. I LOVE stamping & I’m always looking for new & fresh ideas. Thank you

  52. Dym Shiu says:

    I always want to get a stamping kit!

    • Nona Murphy says:

      It seems art satisfies us all in some way. Beauty, individuality, and creativity are all exemplified when we make something.

  53. Debbie Ray says:

    I love this look. I just ordered a bunch of old skeleton keys and this would be a perfect application to really personalize them.

  54. Lana Hergenrader says:

    Love this look! Winner,winner chicken dinner…please choose me.

  55. William Brown says:

    I have a house full of girls that would love these. Pick me!

  56. Janice Cielo says:

    I would soo love to have a metal stamping set! The endless possibilities are exciting to even think about. Oh man if only I had a kit!!!

  57. I enjoy metal stamping with all the cool stamps you can buy these days. I love your key stamping and the story about where all your keys came from.

  58. Elizabeth says:

    I just recently started working with metal. It’s a fickle subject but I really enjoy it :) I never thought to use keys! Great idea

  59. I have a couple of old keys that I’ve been saving for something special. Would love to win the set. BTW, I love your store and wish I lived closer (I live in Springfield). Hope to visit soon when I am in KC area visiting my daughter.

  60. Very cool! I love reading your tips on the blog.

  61. I’ve been wanting to try stamping on keys. Thanks for the chance to win the stamping kit.

  62. Becky Erickson says:

    Thanks for making such easy to understand instructions with awesome pictures. What a great blog!

  63. Tracy Johnson says:

    I am so happy the new schedule came out – will definitely sign up for the next metal-stamping class! I’m still itching to make a leather bracelet (like the ones you have with snaps) with a stamped-metal plate attached. Super cool! Thank you for having this great giveaway opportunity!

  64. Heather says:

    I have to know did he ever find the key for the inside box? Love this project now I’m gonna have to go find me some old keys to work into my jewlery!! Thanks!!

  65. Keys are such a great image and symbolizes so much. I’d love to try metal stamping

  66. Debbie Schwebach says:

    What a great idea! Now I just have to find some old keys. I LOVED my stamp class. I made Christmas gifts for all of my grandchildren. Can’t wait to add stamped keys to their gifts next year.

  67. Tracy Kipper says:

    What an awesome idea!! Also love your blog!!!

  68. I just pinned a vintage key necklace and this would make it even cooler! I bought my metal stamping kit from URBAN arts + crafts. I would love this set too!

  69. Debbie Dunwoody says:

    Just took a stamping class and had the most fun!! I made my first piece of jewery and wear it all the time. Can’t wait to make more for my daughter, grandaughters and my Mom:)

  70. Debbie Dunwoody says:

    Wld love to win:)

  71. Melissa says:

    Great idea! Those stamps would give endless possibilities and better yet hours of fun!

  72. Carol Kuenzel says:

    Took your stamping class…it was a great way to try out the techniques and get some really cool charms in the process. Would love to win the kit to expand my crafting options.

  73. Can’t wait to make more stamped jewelry after taking my first class:)

  74. Emilee Warman says:

    This is awesome Karen you are so talented. I love the idea and I love the whole concept of stamping! I would love to do my silver wear with bible scripts. I hope I win :)

  75. Kandi McDonald says:

    This is so cool!!

  76. What a wonderful idea! So cute!

  77. Awesome tutorial. You make it look so easy & fun. Count me in! Thanks for sharing your creativity that in turn stimulates others to step outside their comfort zone and find their creative side!

  78. I’ve always wanted to learn to do this – Looks like a lot of fun……..the ideas are starting to flow!!!!

  79. Susan Gray says:

    Looks fun! I always love trying something new!

  80. Amy Crouse says:

    Love, love, love. Metal stamping. I have had so many compliments on the necklace I made in class. Can’t wait to try keys!

  81. I just stumbled across your store yesterday and am now so excited to start following my interests again. I love reading your creative ideas and looking at your lovely pictures. I also have a box full of old keys from my grandma. It would be fun to work with them. BUT, my question is… Did you husbands father ever find the key to open the interior metal box? If so, what treasure did he find?

  82. Very cool. I love your step by step directions. I have been holding off buying my own letter set (always borrowing a friend’s when I get the stamping urge). Maybe this great giveaway is the reason why?!?

  83. I have really been itching to try stamping!

  84. Kristi Templeton says:

    I would love to stamp for myself and others. Thanks for the great tutorial! I have always had a passion for old keys and would love to try this!

  85. Victoria Z says:

    This looks like a really fun craft. Thanks for the chance to win a kit to try it out!

  86. Mary S. says:

    What a fabulous project! I would love to win this set. Thanks for the opportunity!

  87. Susan Evans says:

    I love keys! These are beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration!

  88. Patti Person says:

    Imagination running wild! This could be the start of something big!

  89. Dionn Hake says:

    Love it! My very crafty daughter would have a great time with this.

  90. Emily Taylor says:

    How fun! I’m so happy to have discovered your blog! Would love to try metal stamping!

  91. Carolyn says:

    Great idea! Unidentified keys are so mysterious. Would love to own a stamping kit! Thank you for generous giveaway.

  92. I’ve always loved the thought of making my own jewelry, especially stamped metal -so cool! But, I never thought I could do it. After viewing your tutorials I am definitely going to try this. Thanks for the inspiration.

  93. Really fun! I now see myself searching for antique keys…… :)

  94. Julie Foster says:

    Metal is a medium that I haven’t dabbled in very much. The stamping kit would provide great motivation, whether I win it or purchase it!

  95. I love this idea—stamping and vintage keys, two of my favorite things!

  96. This is really cool – I love old keys. It’s nice of you to do this giveaway!

  97. So cute! I hope I win.

  98. I have been a beader for years but have not tried this yet! I would love to win the kit so I could gain a new skill!

  99. I have wanted to learn stamping for a long time now and have a stash of vintage keys too! Perfect pairing for meaningful gifts and wearable art.

    Winning this set would be awesome. PICK ME!

  100. Samantha Kim says:

    Is the contest still on? enter me meow

  101. #OHMYGOODNESS@pickmepickme

  102. Marion Tommer says:

    I have been wanting to learn metal stamping but don’t want to take a class until I can purchase equipment. Winning this would let me get started!

  103. Brenda Johnson says:

    How exciting to have a new tutorial! Love the stamping; both my daughters took the class locally are hooked!!
    Would be fun to own my very own set of stamps to stamp along with them.

  104. I love this! I did not know there were stamps specifically for harder metals. I’ve been wanting to try stamping some stainless silverware for garden markers, and the impress stamps would be great to use!

  105. Frieda Borowicz says:

    Your tutorial was wonderful. I have been wanting to try my hand at this craft. Thanks for the chance to win a set.

  106. Ronny Barela says:

    Looks great. For such a simple idea, it leaves a big impact!

  107. Karen Tholen says:

    My mom collected skeleton keys & I found her collection in the drawer of her antique sewing cabinet after she died 10 years ago. Wouldn’t it be great to stamp them & gift them to members of our family as a special remembrance?

  108. patti urdang says:

    I love taking time out of my busy schedule to learn a new relaxing creative outlet! Always looking for new homemade gift ideas for family and friends! Patti

  109. heather grontkowski says:

    I LOVE this tutorial, thank you!! I have a jar of various old keys, i love making skeleton key pendants and embellishing with other items, but ive never thought of stamping them! I NEED to try this!!

  110. That looks like a lot of fun. Sur wily like to try it. My father does the same thing of buying old keys.

  111. Samantha Hill says:

    This stamping kit is incredible! It would be so much fun to personalize things :)

  112. Susie Elsberry says:

    I really enjoyed the class, I never would have figured it out on my own.These new stamps are really cool. I can think of many other hard metals they could be used on.I’ll be back at your store soon, you have so many beautiful ideas! My hiphop granddaughter loves her new necklace!

  113. My grandmother gave me some wonderful funky jewelry. With it was an old flat key that we never found the lock to. I’d love to be able to turn her key into jewelry too.

  114. Michelle Broadbent says:

    Very cool project! I just started metal stamping and it is addictive! Thanks!

  115. Kathleen Land says:

    What a great idea! The tutorial was very helpful. Winning the stamp set would help jump start my desire to learn this process.

  116. Dondee Stearns says:

    I’ve got a jar of old keys just waiting for this project – yay!!

  117. I would love to try this!

  118. Melinda Fernandez says:

    What a neat craft! Oh the possibilities…

  119. Michelle Jaranowski says:

    Always love the fun new crafting projects you all come up with! Can’t wait to give this one a try!

  120. How fun! Would love to learn how to do this!

  121. Chelsea Callis says:

    I’ve never tried metal stamping before, but it looks like a lot of fun! The keys are so cool!

  122. Jennifer Reynolds says:

    I have just found stamping and this sounds like something I would love! Thanks for the chance to win!

  123. Just started my business not too long ago with stamping. I can’t wait to implement this idea within my jewelry. Thank you so much! I love all the products!

  124. I would love to try this!

  125. kristen says:

    I would love this prize!!!!

  126. Loranne says:

    What a lovely momento of your father in-law. I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing the story of the keys, you’re right it is about the hunt, which makes great stories!

  127. Shelly dill says:

    Love the keys. I’m sure my grandma has some that I can use for this. Great gift for my daughter that is getting married.

  128. Thanks so much for this post. I discovered Impress in Tucson. I bought a few stamps for texturing, but would love to have the letters and the hammer!

  129. Would love this!

  130. So many projects so little time! Love this! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  131. Love it! I do handmade jewelry an want to learn to do stamping to make personalized jewelry… :) would love to win this!

  132. Lindsey Adams says:

    Would love to win, this is great 😀

  133. Your site is amazing! I am so happy I found it because you have answered so many questions I had. I can’t wait to get started doing this!!! I would love to win the kit!! Thank you!

  134. Angela clark says:

    Neat idea! I just bought my first set of stamps and plan to give this craft a try soon.

  135. Kiersten W says:

    Can’t wait to take your class and get started stamping. Love the look!

  136. I am new to metal stamping and would absolutely love and appreciate this stamp set! Oh how I love all of your products and wish I had the money to buy it all. Metal Stamping is my new addiction! My hubby is not too thrilled with this new addiction since it costs so much. LOL But he’s a good man and tries hard to get me what I need. Bless his soul.

    Thank you for the opportunity!

  137. I would love to win this. I have an old rusty toolbox with a bunch of old keys in it. This would be the perfect tool set to go with my toolbox full of old keys. Cannot wait to win this one

  138. Three of my favorites: stamping, old keys and jewelry making. Love it!

  139. Kelly Lockwood says:

    I would SO live to win this!

  140. Rita Pirkey says:

    Just became an empty nester, this would be so much fun!

  141. This looks like a wonderful project! I found some old keys cleaning my grandparents house. What a way to memorialize their love!

  142. This just brings back so many childhood memories. Ideas just go crazy running thru my head!

  143. Sandi Allen says:

    Awesome idea!
    This looks like fun. I would Love to win!

  144. Michelle says:

    This was a great Tutorial, wonderful pictures and easy to understand.

  145. I’m new to stamping and am so excited I found your blog! Your vintage key project is amazing!

  146. Jenny Phillips says:

    Great project. Thank you for sharing. Would love to win!!

  147. Anxious to try this… love the option of multiple fonts too!

  148. Charlotte says:

    Love this idea! Would love to win this kit to get started!

  149. Krick Wahl says:

    I’ve just started metal stamping and love it!! This looks awesome!

  150. Stephanie P says:

    This looks like so much fun! I love it!

  151. Beautiful idea! We just started to gather supplies to try out stamping. Can’t wait!

  152. Chrissy says:

    Your absolute creativity never ceases to amaze me!!! Love this project. Really LOVE that the bracelet key says dance!!

  153. Chrissy says:

    ps: Really enjoyed the back story on the large key collection. Thanks for sharing. Did your father-in-law ever find the magic key that opened the little safe?

  154. I have some old keys from my grandmother’s house that was in Iowa. I would love to make them useful again.

  155. Love the items you have made! Thank you for an opportunity to win :)

  156. Jennifer P. says:

    Sooooo cool! I just started stamping and would love to win these! Love the keys too!

  157. Becky Harrin says:

    I love these! What a cool idea!!

  158. Neat, would love to try this!

  159. Deborah K says:

    I love this idea!

  160. Danielle says:

    Love the combination of 2 favs…stamped metal and vintage keys! Keep on inspiring us!

  161. Katrina says:

    I love the story behind all the keys. Thanks so much for sharing. And thanks for the chance to win this fun metal stamping set.

  162. Christine says:

    Love these keys!!!

  163. I’ve always wanted to try stamping and the keys look like so much fun!

  164. Andrea Loy says:

    Such a fabulous giveaway! Thank you!

  165. I would love to get these and try stamping on some harder metal things. The stamps I have are not very sturdy.

  166. Amazing giveaway! Would LOVE to win–I have wanted this set for a long time!!!

  167. Love love love these…I am going to have to start looking for old keys:). Thanks for sharing!

  168. tiffani says:

    I am just venturing into the world of stamping due to projects just like this one! I love the upcycling & how beautiful the keys turned out. Love this!!!!!

  169. Super neat idea!!

  170. Shannon Brey says:

    Love metal stamping – love vintage keys – love this project! I have the original skeleton key from my home that I want to incorporate into a piece of jewelry. What ever happened with your father in law and the locked box?

  171. beth battiston says:

    I have collected old keys for a while now. I knew someday I would find a cool way to use them. Thanks.

  172. Barb C. says:

    This would make a wonderful birthday gift, for myself. I thank you for the opportunity!!!!

  173. Monica Easter says:

    I would soooo love to win this set!!! Keys are so significant to me!!!! Please pick me!!!

  174. Love how you repurposed the keys and also love the old typesetter font used!!! So vintage!

  175. Elly Jackson says:

    Looove this idea :) love vintage and keys! Xx

  176. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  177. Michelle Meinhold says:

    Great idea using vintage keys. I’m curious if your father-in-law ever got the box opened. :)

  178. Nancy A says:

    Love the way these look. I so want to win a stamping kit! Let the fun begin!

  179. Amy Bohner says:

    Love this idea. Impress Art makes a great product as well. Will have to start searching for old keys.

  180. brandy macak says:

    My daughters would love to add this to their jewelry making supplies! They make and sell jewelry to support their 4-H rabbit project.

  181. Renee Hill says:

    Wow, this is awesome! Metal stamping is next on my list to learn!

  182. Amanda S. says:

    I would love to win this set!

  183. Sherri Burke says:

    This looks like soooooo much fun. Thank you for the tutorial.

  184. What a fabulous idea! I’m going to do it!

  185. Crystal says:

    I really really really hope I win!

  186. Teresa Nowotny says:

    Love finding way to use common items for jewelry – would love to try this and the bonus is I found your site!

  187. Now I know what to do with all the vintage keys I inherited from my mom-in-law

  188. Sonya Morgan says:

    Love your key stamping idea! I just started stamping and would love these kit!

  189. Alisa S. says:

    I’d love to win this, but what I really want to know –did he ever get the ‘secret compartment’ open???

  190. Cindy G says:

    Love this stamping idea!!!

  191. Heidi Salinas says:

    It would be great to win this set.

  192. Love the stamped keys. Now I need to go search through my key collection to see if I have any that will work!

  193. What an amazing idea! Thanks for the giveaway!

  194. I have been wondering how to do this kind of stuff forever! This would be beyond great to win so I could explore and make fun designs.

  195. Trish Thompson says:

    I have wanted to try this for SO long!! Would be a dream come true to win this!

  196. This is awesome! I’ve always wanted to learn how to stamp!

  197. This would be amazing to win! I just started metal stamping and fell in love with it. Would love to start growing my font collection and get better tools for stamping.

  198. Emma Jones says:

    Awesome idea!
    Would LOVE the win the premium stamps.. I’ve heard good things about them.. I also have a key obsession so perfect!
    Please let me win so impressart can be the ‘key’ to my future stamping!

  199. Jan Mcdonald says:

    Ooooh…just starting to stamp and love it! Your pieces are really inspiring. I am starting with spoons, but have found a source for keys and will try using your tutorial. I would love to win this set!!

  200. heather parker says:

    Just started stamping and always appreciate new ideas.

  201. This is too funny-I just thought of this use for my old keys that have been hanging around that i picked up from flea markets-GMTA. I wasnt aware that these harder stamps were available , I hope i didnt ruin the ones i have lol. I am really hoping to win this great give away !!!!! I dont have much money but love revamping old things anyway and being creative–these would sure help thanks for offering !! sara :)

  202. Cynthia says:

    Love your blog.
    I have really been wanting a metal stamping kit for quite awhile now, but it hasn’t been in my budget. So maybe it isn’t just a coincidence that I just saw this at the last minute to enter. Have already had alot of time thinking about what I could stamp and what I would stamp. The possibilities are endless !

    Hope I win :)

  203. Amy Simpson says:

    What a simple but amazing idea. I would love to win a starter pack. I have plenty of vintage keys and findings but nothing to stamp with!

  204. Barbara says:

    So inspiring.. I would love to win and get started on stamping

  205. Rise Stephenson says:

    Just think of all the cool things you could do with this! I would love to win it!

  206. I really want to learn how to stamp !!!!!

  207. I have a coffee can full of old keys. They always fascinated me! Would love to make some jewelry with them! Thanks for the chance to win! How exciting!!!

  208. Cristin says:

    That is a great idea! A great way to recycle old keys. After all, how many of us end up with keys to things we don’t have anymore? It looks like an awesome kit too.

  209. Kathleen McGowan says:

    This looks like so much fun. Would love to win.

  210. Sara Broster says:

    I have wanted to progress my jewellery making to stamping for some time now but haven’t found the right ideas…this could be a start. Let me know when you post to Australia as I would love to get started using your products

  211. Rochelle Allsbury says:

    The possibilities are limitless! Been tinkering with stamping the last couple weeks.

  212. Kat Douma says:

    I’ve been collecting keys for awhile and wanted to find something clever to do with them. These are great.

  213. A great way to remember someone if they have passed and you have some of their keys. Love the idea of stamping keys! Thanks for the chance to win :)

    • ialwayspickthethimble says:

      Thanks Vickie! But don’t get too excited…the contest is over. Stay tuned though, there may be another contest soon!

  214. Excellent tutorial, very thorough, thank you! I just got my new stamping tools in, and your post here helped me choose what I needed. I also love upcycling and used to collect keys when I was little, but I never had as many as the stash in your photo. Thank you!

  215. Terri Tankersley says:

    I am wanting to try this and plan on ordering the stamps. Can you tell me what size of stamps you used?

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