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six pack rings

Posted by midwestgrandma (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 27, 11 at 14:23

Anyone know how to make flowers out of those plastic six pack rings? I made one at a summer campout out (from the park Host), but don't have any instructions/pictures on how to do it.

Thanks bunches and happy crafting!

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RE: six pack rings

Here ya go !!! Instructions with pictures. I might even have to try them :)

Here is a link that might be useful: flowers

RE: six pack rings

Thanks for the link. If anyone has more ideas would love to see those too.

RE: six pack rings

This isn't a flower but a snowflake made from the plastic rings. I do this with my fourth grade students in the winter. Each flake takes 18 rings. (A friend works at a large office building, and they save the rings for me when they fill the pop machines.) I make some and hang them amongst our white, outdoor Christmas lights along our covered front country porch at Christmas. The lights sparkling through them looks awesome. Happy crafting! Kirk


Here is a link that might be useful: Snowflake directions

RE: six pack rings

Love the idea, thanks!

RE: six pack rings

I used to make those years ago too. I'm not sure if it is till the case, but I remember that Coke product holder didn't work as they were more square than rectangular. I used to light spray the finished product with white or blue to give it a pretty hue. Thanks for the memories...

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