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recycle soda cans the BETTER way =D
These are made out of soda cans and are actually pretty easy to make if you have the right materials! if you are going to sell these i would appreciate it if you do NOT sell them on etsy. gracias.

p.s. be careful, we wouldn't want u getting battle wounds =P

Posted by Ponder from San Diego, California, United States • Published See Ponder's 6 projects »
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  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 1
    Step 1

    okey dokey, the first step is to gather your materials. If you're making a keychain/neclace charm you need some kind of clip. If you are making earrings, you need fish hooks. My soda can is already cut, so basically just cut up your can so that its like ya. . .

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 2
    Step 2

    Now you need to cut your can again so that you have OVALS!!! You need ovals because ovals are the easiest to turn into cones

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 3
    Step 3

    okay, the next step is to grab one of the edges of the soda can oval with you ROUND NOSE pliers. You can NOT use flat nose pliers for this project, sorry.

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 4
    Step 4

    after that you carefully kind of twist the can around the pliers so that the oval becomes a cone, this is really confusing to explain, sorry.

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 5
    Step 5

    then you take your sharp tipped object and shove it through the top of the can cone. i do this on top of a crappy mouse pad, but you can use what you want.

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 6
    Step 6

    now you just open up your jump ring and attach your soda can cone to the earring hook. If you're making a keychain, stay tuned.

  • How to make a pair of soda can earrings. Fizzalicious! - Step 7
    Step 7

    KEYCHAIN THINGY: make 6-10 more ovals and then twist them into cones. after that attach them all to a clippy thing with jump rings!

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Sherlaine Y.
Sherlaine Y.
niiiiiiiice <3
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Ponder
Ponder · San Diego, California, US · 6 projects
thanx for the nice comments everyone =P
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amber smells
amber smells · Murfreesboro, Tennessee, US · 3 projects
such a great idea! the best crafts are always the recycled ones =) thanks for the tute
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Stellar Toaster
Stellar Toaster · 2 projects
THANK YOU!
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Ponder
Ponder · San Diego, California, US · 6 projects
yay, top 20!!!
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stephie N.
stephie N. · United States, US · 5 projects
COOL!
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Patricia S.
Patricia S. · Roma, Queensland, AU · 5 projects
Awesome!
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