I hate how boring keys look. I refuse to spend $4.00 or more for the decorative keys you can buy and have cut, especially when we're renting an apartment, so it's a key that I'll eventually have to give back to the landlord. Needless to say I was excited to find this fun and simple way to decorate my house key.
I don't know where the original idea started since the pin I found went to nowhere, but I followed the instructions in the description and it worked.
The items I needed were simple: my key, some Mod Podge, and glitter. Apply Mod Podge all over the key, doing one side at a time.
There are two ways to apply the glitter. You can apply it with a brush, or just sprinkle it onto the key. For trial purposes, I tried both and using a brush was just a pain.
Be sure to apply a good coating of the glitter. Wait until the key is completely dry to shake off the excess. Once dry, apply another coat of Mod Podge to act as a sealer. Follow the instructions to complete both sides of the key and you're good to go - a pretty new personalized key.