Did the title of this post get your attention? The same artist who makes charms out of old filing cabinets, whom I mentioned in a previous post, also makes keyhole charms out of old silver tea trays. I think they look a bit steampunk, especially when paired with key embellishments, as in the card below.
supplies: card base (Yours Truly), keyhole charm (Cathy Collison, http://www.glassgardenbeads.com), bottle cap and circular embellishments (Bottle Cap Inc.), fussy-cut flourish (Creative Imaginations), patterned papers (all from My Mind's Eye), heart template (Fiskars), faux typewriter keys (Graphic 45), twill number stickers (All My Memories), die cut (Ellison), fabric (vintage linen), ink (Clearsnap), corner rounder (Creative Memories), thread (DMC), pen (Zig).
To demystify the meaning of this card... I made it for my husband, Scott, for our thirteenth wedding anniversary (hence the initials "S & D" and the number "13"). He hold the key to my heart... now and for always. :) Thanks for looking!