About 7 or 8 years ago I used to make alot of these bracelets from vintage typewriter keys. My dad's a welder so he cuts off the shanks for me and uses a grinder to get the backs all smooth (it's a TON of work to do on your own but he makes it look easy - 'cause he's a superhero dad with awesome tools!).
Unfortunately, the old typewriters are definitely not easy to find any more (and expensive when you do find them) so I haven't made any bracelets for about a year.
However, I came across an old Underwood a couple weeks ago. So... I borrowed the superhero for about a half hour and put together two bracelets. They're on the website. (Along with some spare loose keys for someone who might like to do some crafting.)
I've never seen a "Shift Freedom" key so I think that must be an unusual one. (?)
I love the old fashioned letter type but I'm so grateful that we have computers now! It really wasn't that long ago... Even 20 years ago... At a large law firm, we were typing on electric typewriters (with carbon paper) and there was only 3 computers for the entire office! Old-School is retro and lovely but there are some aspects of the bygone that I'm definitely glad have been modernized!
btw... these cool letters are FREE from Dover Samplers HERE.