Soda Can Jewelry Tutorials






What can we do with empty soda cans?






Well, we can use empty soda cans as containers. Like what I did with mine when I was still a teenager. I used it as a container for my pens.

Empty soda cans are also recyclable. We can bring them to junk shops to recycle them. We can also just throw them away, but it’s not a very good idea. Since cans are not biodegradable it can harm the environment.


If you don’t have any idea of what to do with your empty soda cans?
Here’s a great suggestion on what to do with that I’m sure the ladies will like ^_^


First tip is from Elizabeth of Twelve Crafts Till Christmas

A bracelet, an anklet and a ring


Wow!!! A set of jewelries just made from an empty soda can.
Three pieces from one soda can.
How wonderful and inexpensive!!!

Elizabeth has made these jewelries using all scraps; empty soda can, fabric scraps, a little modge podge and hot glue.
Try it out with your kids and have fun following this free tutorial.

You’ll find more ideas on crafts and things at Twelve Crafts Till Christmas



Now, I’m sure you’re wondering how to make soda can earrings. Well, wait no more ’cause here’s a cute earrings from Shona Cole of The Artistic Life






You can also get great tips from Kathy of Polwig.com on how to make her soda can bracelet and dangling earrings.





So, bottoms up; hurry up drinking your sodas ^_^ Don’t throw the cans just yet.
Start getting creative with your empty soda cans.



In the meantime, you might want to watch this free video tutorial on stamping metals. This might also be useful for you empty soda cans. You’ll get great tips from Lisa Kelly of Beaudication






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