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If you follow along on Facebook or Instagram then you've probably seen some of the stuff we've been making out of vintage silverware. There sure are some pretty silverware patterns y'all!!! We wanted to share photos from the backend of one of the soldered rings we made from a silverware handle, and some of the steps along the way. This spoon had a long handle and so the long skinny area would make a great band. We bent the entire handle into a spiral and cut the end off and put aside to make another ring later.  Next cut the loop off with a jewelers saw, notice...

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Materials: Clear Glycerin Soap Plastic Fish (ours are from Oriental Trading Co.) Microwave Safe Bowl (Bowl with a pour spout works best.) Microwave Kitchen Knife 4"X8" Clear Poly Bags at least 1.5 millimeters thick. Twist Ties Rubbing Alcohol in a small spray bottle. Chopstick or Skewer Ice water in a large/ medium bowl. Fragrance Oil (optional) Ribbon 1. Cut soap into several small square pieces. 2. Place cut pieces in a microwave-safe bowl and melt in the microwave. (45 seconds on high then 10-second intervals until melted.) 3. This step is optional, if desired add the fragrance oil according to...

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These bottle cap necklaces are great for boys and girls and they make terrific party favors like the ones we did HERE. I'm telling ya they love 'em! Before we get started here are a few notes about the bottle cap artwork. Artwork for this tutorial needs to be either printed on a color laser printer or at a local photo lab (like pictures) and it needs to fit in a 1-inch circle. Do not use an inkjet printer!!! The ink will run! You can create art on a photo editing program like Photoshop or you can purchase pre-made designs. A very BIG Thank You to Sincerely Susan...

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Art for this tutorial needs to fit in a 1-inch circle. It can be printed on an ink-jet printer although I highly recommend using a photo lab as the image will be much clearer. Thank you Sincerely Susan Designs for donating the bottle cap art for this tutorial.  Materials: Bottle Caps Rubber Mallet Bottle Cap Art 1 Inch Circle Puncher 1 Inch Page Pebbles Glue Stick E-6000 Adhesive Magnets Place bottle cap on a hard surface (concrete works best for me) and lightly tap it with the rubber mallet to flatten it a bit. Tap turn, tap turn, until you get it sorta even....

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