These adorable little Bottle Cap Necklaces can be made in under 10 minutes so they’re perfect for the short attention span crafter! They make a fun project for teen parties, ‘girl’s night in’ gatherings or even summer camp art projects. You can find the pre-crimped bottle caps at craft stores and online. Just add a stamped metal blank and a sparkling SWAROVSKI crystal and you’re ready to rock and roll, baby. Good times!
You will need:
Vintage Bottle Caps
ImpressArt Circle 1/2″ Stamping Blanks
10-MM Jump Rings
Ball Chain with Connector
Beadalon Ball Pin Medium Head Pin
Folk Art Enamel Acrylic Paint, Licorice
ImpressArt Stamp Straight Tape
ImpressArt- Basic Metal Stamp Set, Lowercase, 3mm
Ergo-Angle Metal Stamping Hammer
ImpressArt 2 by 2-Inch Steel Block
ImpressArt 2-Hole Punch Kit
Round Nose Pliers for Jewelry Making
2 pairs ImpressArt Chain Nose Pliers
ImpressArt Flush Cutters
Step one: Use 2-hole punch to make a hole in the top center of bottle cap. Step two: Stamp “p o p” into blank. (You could also stamp ‘s o d a’ or ‘c o l a’.) Step three: Punch hole in top of blank. Step four: Slide crystal on head pin and coil top. Cut off excess wire, tuck under. Step five: Swipe ink across surface of blank with cotton swab, wipe off excess with paper towel. Attach bottle cap, blank and crystal together with jump ring. Step six: Slide pendant on ball chain.
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That’s it! Fun fast and fabulous Bottle Cap Necklaces! Stamp up a six pack to go!
Margot and Avalon
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