I am in love with keys, especially those that are altered. I have a folder on Pinterest entitled "Keypers" that I have drawn a lot of inspiration from. Here's a few that I came up with!
The bases of one at the top and on the right are a type of chipboard that was given to me by Yvonne in our PL swap this past month. I heat embossed them first and then added my embellishments. The gold one also has microbeads from Reneabouquets. I also embossed the blue vines, originally an antique gold color. I mixed a couple of different embossing powders to get that particular color. The purple key was antique gold from HL and I used alcohol ink and patina. Droplets from Walmart, bling button from HL as well as the wings. I rubbed alcohol ink on the tips with a Q-tip. The pretty piece on the gold key was also from HL's jewelry making section. It had a black dangle hanging on it that I removed. I will save it for something else.
I'm sorry if the photo isn't real clear. I took the picture with my cell phone.