The first place unwanted guests look for a spare key to your front door is under your doormat, making that the last spot you should put yours. Instead, try one of these ideas that you'll be surprised you never thought of first.
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No one will suspect anything is hiding here! This holder looks just like a real sprinkler head — the perfect place to store your extra key and some cash if you want.
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Since most gardens are filled with random rocks, this realistic gadget will just look like every other one.
There's nothing quite as painful as a hornet's sting, which is why people won't even consider hunting inside this fake nest for a key into your home.
What you'll need: Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam ($14, )
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Even though this is a sneaky holder that hides not one, but two keys inside of it, it's also fully functioning, so you can use it to check the weather on your way out for the day.
The siding on your house helps protect you from the elements — and now unwanted guests, too. Just tie fishing line onto your key, stuff it into the seams and pull the string in case of an emergency.
What you'll need: fishing line ($5, )
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Do you know anyone who is picking up poop willingly? Neither do we, which is why this creates a genius opportunity for a hiding spot.
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This clever birdhouse is not only a cute addition to your yard, but also stealthy solution for keys and whatever else you want to keep hidden from others — with the exception of, well, birds.
All you need as an empty pill bottle (or another tiny container) and a pinecone. Place your key inside the container, then dig a little hole to make it blend in perfectly with its surroundings.
What you'll need: pinecones ($16 for a 12-pack, )