Friday, November 30, 2012

12 Weeks of Christmas Tutorials # 9: Bottle Cap Magnets


 Hello friends!
Today is week # 9 in our 12 Weeks of Christmas Tutorials and Jamie has a super fun tutorial for you on how to make BOTTLE CAP MAGNETS...take it away Jamie...
Today I am going to show you how to make some bottle cap magnets that I am working on as gifts.
The supplies you need are paper, bottle caps, Glossy Accents, 1 inch circle punch and 1 inch stamps.
Step 1- stamp your image on some cute paper. Punch the stamped image out with your circle punch. I used Inspired Stamps 1 inch circle sentiments.
Step 2- Add adhesive to the entire back of the circle. I use the sticker maker to adhere my circles. 
***These 1 inch snowmen also go perfectly inside the bottle cap if you want to make these for Christmas. 
Step 3- Add Glossy Accents inside the entire bottle cap. Add in any embellishments you want. I put heart buttons in some of my caps. 
                                      
Step 4- Lay the bottle caps flat and leave alone for at least an hour. VERY IMPORTANT do not move them around while they are drying. 
Step 5- Add magnets to the back. I hot glue mine on the back. 
Step 6 -Decorate however you like. 
Jamie made a video if you'd like to see it, go to her blog HERE

Thanks so much for visiting today and thanks to Jamie for this great tutorial!!
Blessings,
Antoinette
www.inspiredstamps.com

6 comments:

  1. These are very sweet!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. What a gorgeous project, Jamie!! I've got to try this sometime :)

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  3. Very cute project. Thanks for sharing it. Linda E.

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  4. Hi Antoinette,
    Your blog is darling, and I have found some helpful hints. Wanted to say thank you for the stamp set that I won in a recent SSIC challenge. I just completed a card and am very pleased with the stamp set. Thanks so much for sponsoring the challenge.

    The card is shown in my SCS gallery:http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/2294335?&cat=500&ppuser=347871

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