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Looks good enough to eat and magnetic!
I used polymer clay to create mini pies inside used bottle caps.
I then baked the clay according to the package directions.
I used those promotional magnets you get in the mail to make them magnetic!
Just cut a circle in the shape you need and glue to the back of bottle cap.

Since these were a gift I double taped the magnetic part to a piece of paper and put it inside a little bag. I think this makes them look a tad more professional.

Posted by Felecity W. from U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, United States • Published See Felecity W.'s 82 projects »
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Sarah D
Sarah D · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 31 projects
:O so cute!
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Azraels Requiem
Azraels Requiem · Bridgeport, Connecticut, US · 47 projects
Those r cute, I collect bottle caps. I have a little over 2,000 at last count. I started collecting in the hopes to make a nice bartop with them but I haven't gotten to yet.
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Kelsey B.
Kelsey B. · Monterey, California, US · 12 projects
What a clever idea! I love it Happy
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Tessel D.
Tessel D. · The Hague, South Holland, NL · 1 project
So cool!
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Felecity W.
Felecity W. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 86 projects
THANKS! You can not really tell with my camera, but the cherry pie is actually made of miniature cherries.
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Marshie L.
Marshie L. · 2 projects
soooo cute! I especially love the half eaten pie 8D
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
love this , very cool!!!!!!xxx
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