How to make a Soda Pop Necklace

My video on how to make a Soda Pop Top Necklace is ready!!

Soda Pop Top Necklace Supply List:

  • Soda Pop Tops – 129388
  • Tea Time Trinkets – 129326
  • Collage Curios Stamp Set – 129099 (W) 129102 (C)
  • Lucky Limeade ink – 126984
  • Soft Suede ink – 126978
  • Calypso Coral ink – 126983
  • Sponges – 101610
  • Crystal Effects – 101055
  • 1″ Circle Punch – 119868
  • 1/16 Circle Punch – 101227
  • VersaMark Pad – 102283
  • Clear Embossing Powder – 109130
  • Heat Tool – 129053
  • Mini Glue Dots – 103683
  • Very Vanilla Card Stock – 101650
  • Big Shot Die Cut Machine 113439used to flatten the Soda Pop Tops)
  • Ball Chain
  • Jump Rings (9mm)
  • Jewelry Pliers

TODAY’S THE LAST DAY FOR FREE SHIPPING!!!

I’ll be back later today with a 2nd post .. to announce the necklaces winners (yes .. I’m giving away more than one). And I’ve got a couple more necklaces to show you. 

I’ll see ya this afternoon.

Have a great day!!

p.s. Can you believe my printer died this morning?   I’m rushing out to buy a new one .. I swear they are not making them to last more than a year (or less in my case).

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Date: 9:18 AM | Permalink | Comments (32)

Comments

  1. Debbie Wicklund

    Fabulous.

  2. Mary

    Thanks for the video, and bless you!

  3. Mary Thompson

    Oh my Goodness love this video need to make few of those!! A lot of info in that video prolly need to watch it again… Thank you great video…. lol loved the sneeze at the end ….God Bless You.. Have a great Day

  4. Linda Daley

    Great video! What is the name of the melting pot you use and where could I get one?

    Thanks for all your help
    Linda

  5. Connie Gallaher

    So creative! Love what you do.

  6. Denise Heredia

    Thanks Angie for the great video! I will be making one or more of these! Love It!!

  7. Emily

    Absolutely LOVE the necklace! Have just ordered some pop tops and can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks so much for the video! You’re the best!

  8. Shirley jacobs

    Where did you get the heating tray?

  9. Julie

    Just wondering … does the one using the UTEE look quite a bit shinier than the one using just versamark? Which do you prefer? I, too am curious where you found your melting pot and did it come with the liner? Thanks!

    • Angie

      Hey Julie,
      I will admit I like using the melting pot and yes it is shinier :) You can find them on Amazon or at your local scrapbooking store. They are used to melt soaps and all sorts of stuff.

  10. Lori Souter

    cute necklace…would love to win and wear it!!

    Thanks for the 2nd tip on making these too!!

    Lori

  11. Lisa

    Love it, absolutely adorable. That could jazz up any outfit :) Love that the video was longer. Love watching your projects. I have fat fingers also. Heeheheheh, heard that sneeze, wow you were right when you say you are allergic to (glitter) but I guess powders too. :)

    • Angie

      Yes those powders get to me .. I had to edit out all the coughing ….and I thought everyone would get a kick out of the sneeze :)

  12. Mandee

    Great video! Thanks so much for sharing! Can’t wait to make one myself!!

  13. frederica

    Great video, just wondering where did you get the chain?
    Thanks

    • Angie

      Hi there, I found my chains on Etsy .. but you can also find them at your local craft store in the jewelry dept. thanks!

  14. Nessie

    Beautiful and stunning. I love, love, love this necklace!
    Thanks for showing it and making a video tutorial .
    Love from Nessie

  15. Anna

    Hi Angie, love the necklace, very cute. Now I’m going to have to buy the pop tops so I can make one. For future reference, if you twist open the jump ring rather than pull the ends apart, it will open and close much easier. And less chance of breaking. Thanks for the great inspiration!
    Anna

  16. Mary Ann Huntington

    I was on the fence about getting the pop tops and trinkets, but after seeing your necklace I think I’m going to get both of them. Thank you for the video. I love them.

  17. Gail S.

    Great video! I had to order the chain on clearance just now and now I need to find where I put those soda pop tops!!

  18. Lucía

    Thanks for this great video! I also learn with you!

  19. Jessica

    Angie, awesome video! My favorite part is your blooper sneeze at the end! :)

  20. Erica

    Thank you for sharing this video…. I had not gotten the soda tops yet .. with your video and free shipping I couldn’t resist..I’m going to give them a try… what a great idea as a scissors charm or a wine glass marker … So glad you shared! :)

  21. Anne

    Do the bottle caps not hurt the big shot? These are really cute!

  22. Kim Greenlee

    Angie,

    Thanks for all the wonderful demos you do!!! I can’t wait to try making these necklaces. I did find some chains on etsy….are yours shiny silver or antique silver? Did you go with 24″? The size you picked looks like it would be nice for anyone of any size. I don’t have my pop tops yet so I’m not sure but they sure look pretty shiny.

    • Angie Juda

      Hi Kim,
      Yes, my chains are shiny and I went with the 24″. You can always cut the 24″ down to whatever size you want.
      Thanks!

  23. Wow Angie
    I just love this with the melting pot. How long does it take the melting pot to melt the powder?

  24. Shannon Howard

    Thanks for the video I was wanting to make some but not sure about the details. I noticed at my craft store that you can buy clear stickers that you could use in place of the embossing. They appear to be made for that purpose and would be especially easy if you are going to make many at one time.

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