Learn how to make a can top bracelet with these simple DIY directions and step-by-step photographs!
We have an argument in our house, please help us settle it! What do you call the cans these tops come on? Are they pop or soda cans? I grew up calling it pop. And everyone else in my household calls them soda. So which team are you on?
How cute is this little bracelet! And the best part about it is the materials are totally free!! In this easy bracelets to make tutorial, you will learn all the steps necessary to make a jewelry statement piece.
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How to Make A Can Top Bracelet
Pop can tops (40-55 depending on size)
Gather all your empty pop cans. Use your pliers to rotate the pop-top back and forth until it comes off the can
Use the tin snippers to cut apart the top of one of the pop tops.
Gently pry the ends of the newly snipped ends, so they are slightly apart.
Stack 3 new pop tops so that the smooth sides are on the outside of both sides
Attach the stack of 3 pop tops onto the snipped pop top.
Using your fingers or the pliers gently close the opening on the snipped pop top
You will need to do the above step to two more pop tops to complete this step.
Continue these steps until you reach the length that you need. Each link of the bracelet should have three pop-tops attached to another 3 pop tops. Each of these links needs to have the smooth side of the pop tops on the outside.
Attach the two ends of the bracelet together.
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