Bottle Top Pendants

Design  and construct your own beautiful necklace pendant using an ordinary plastic milk bottle lid. Pendants i

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Milk bottles have a softer type of plastic lid that can be pierced. Regular hard plastic may not be suitable.
1. Use the needle to pierce the side of the top in 2 places. If you find it difficult to pierce, try placing the bottom of the needle on the table and pushing the lid onto it. Make sure your fingers are out of the way. 2. Thread the needle with dental floss and thread it through the 2 holes in the lid. *Any type of thread can be used,  but dental floss is ideal as it is thin, yet very strong and less likely to snap. 3. Coat the lid in glue and stick on your decorations. Leave the pendant to dry before decorating the sides. 4. Thread beads onto the dental floss and tie the ends. Or, cut a pre-made necklace and tie the ends to the floss. Optional: cover the sides of the pendants with ribbon, glitter or more decorations.Pendants e
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10 Responses to Bottle Top Pendants

  1. Beautiful!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  2. Sara says:

    Fabulous project! Thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  3. Meegan says:

    Thanks for linking up with Tickled Pink Times Two. These look fabulous!

  4. Jill says:

    They look beautiful! What a great idea.
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

  5. Kathy says:

    I have been saving milk jug tops to make into pendants for a while but hadn’t been inspired until now. Thank you for the beautiful ideas!

  6. Alessandra says:

    such a pretty idea!!!!
    thank you, xxxx Ale

  7. Vasi says:

    I love how light reflects from your pendants! The idea is very good and easy to make, thanks for sharing it. I must keep this in mind – our milk doesn’t come in bottles, but some juice cartons have similar plastic lids.

  8. Hi there,
    I just linked up at Five Simple Things and saw your post.
    Those necklaces are great! That would be a fun project to do with kids!

  9. Miya says:

    Mostly from discount stores and craft supplies (E.g. Spotlight if you are in Oz)

  10. Elissa Munro says:

    These look great! Where do you get your craft supplies – beads etc?

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