After making all my Metal Flowers out of soda cans from last week's project, I end up with a lot of soda can bottoms.
Found a way to use some of them(still figuring out other ways to use them) by making this upcycle project!!
Would you have guessed that this set was made out of soda cans?
You will also need pliers and sandpaper for this project.
This was the necklace that I had in mind but didn't like it all that much.
Cut the bottom of the can to a size that fits your taste. Using a sandpaper, sand it all around the circle to avoid any sharp spots.
Using the hammer, drill 2 small holes to each side of the circles.
Using the round rings, conect the circles to the chain.
Picture tutorial for the Metal Flowers HERE
Wow! This is very creative.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
WOW! So neat!ReplyDelete
Very creative! I love projects that double as recycling!ReplyDelete
Never would've guessed where these came from! Very chic and clever.ReplyDelete
You are a creative mastermind. Thanks for linking up tonight to Creative Juice!ReplyDelete
What an unusual idea! I love the thought of recycling soda cans this way, but I think the size of the disks would be a bit bold for me. I am going to keep my eyes open for something with a bit smaller diameter though. . .ReplyDelete
you might want to give the smaller sodacans a try.Delete
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Very cool!! I would totally ware this!! Great idea.ReplyDelete
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Wow! Even KNOWING these ARE made from soda cans -- I still have to stare and stare to see it -- beautiful work!!ReplyDelete
Wow this is pretty amazing, I would have never guessed that it was a soda can!ReplyDelete
That's so beautiful, I think it looks like a million bucks!ReplyDelete
Wow, I must make this! Totally love this tutorial!ReplyDelete
This design is steller! You definitely know how to keepReplyDelete
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HOW COOL IS THAT? I think taking it one step further by maybe embossing the earrings with a little design would pump-it-up! Just a thought. Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial going to try this for sure. Guess I better dig through my recycling before driving it to the dump haha!ReplyDelete