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Making Napkin Rings from a Soda Can

These beautiful napkin rings are made from a soda can. The can was cut with scissors and the leaf shapes were cut with a die and then colored. This is a great recycle or repurpose project. You can make as many as you need for your table setting and you can make them in different colors depending upon what season you are planning to use them.


These are the four dies that were used from Maker’s Movement.

Materials:

  • soda can
  • scissors
  • alcohol ink
  • fall leaves die set from Makers Movement
  • Crossover II
  • e-6000
  • binder clips
  • black permanent marker
  • spray coating
  • pencil
  • ruler

Directions:

Start with a clean dry soda can. They can be easily cut using a regular scissor.  If you need to learn how to cut a soda can here is a video tutorial. [cut a can]

video tutorial


See how elegant a single napkin ring looks.

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