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make a cute personalized charm :)

Posted by ~fabi.alvarez~ from Puerto Rico • Published
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  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 1
    Step 1

    Step 1:
    Get your bottle caps!!

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 2
    Step 2

    Step 2:
    Get your materials

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 3
    Step 3

    Step 3:
    See that rubbery thing inside the bottle cap?
    Yep, take your pliers and rip that thing off!

    Tip: When you're halfway ripping that thing off, twist it and grab it twisted and rip it off at the middle.

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 4
    Step 4

    Step 4:
    It should end up like that, and its ok if a little piece of the green stuff stays. Now throw that rubbery thing away.

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 5
    Step 5

    Step 5:
    Take your paper/picture and draw a circle and cut it off.

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 6
    Step 6

    Step 6:
    Glue your drawing/picture to the inside [or outside if u wish] of the bottle cap.

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 7
    Step 7

    Step 7:
    Take your clear nail polish and..polish it..
    now it looks shiny!

  • How to make a bottle cap brooch. How To Make Bottle Cap Charms - Step 8
    Step 8

    Step 8:
    Admire your new charm ^.^

    Tip: take a screwdriver and poke a hole through the top/ take something pointy and with a hammer poke a hole through the top

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~fabi.alvarez~
~fabi.alvarez~ · Carolina, , Puerto Rico · 1 project

Thats a good idea!
thanks im gonna try that :)

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Willow F.
Willow F. · Diboll, Texas , United States · 6 projects

A Good way to get the rubber seals out is placing the caps on the heating element of your coffee maker using pot holders to remove the caps the rubber seals slides right out without tearing and pulling.

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