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This Instructable will show you how to turn a pile of coin wrappers into some cool pieces of jewelry. I decided to make these out of chocolate coin wr...
For this Instructable you will need: 1. A lot of chocolate coin wrappers 2. Fishing line (or anything else sturdy and stringy) 3. Siscors 4. Hole punc...
It took a lot of wrappers to make these, so eat up! I would suggest saving them for a while.
Tie a knot in the end of the fishing line, this will keep your "beads" from sliding off the end.
Take one of your wrappers and punch as many holes in it as possible. The circles that came from those holes are your beads. If you like the way the wr...
The esiest way to get your "beads" onto the line is to poke holes in them with a needle, then manually slide them onto the line. Threading the needle ...
Time to start assembling your earrings! Take your fishing line and start sliding beads onto it. This takes awhile so I suggest to avoid boredom by pok...
If you want yours in a circle, cross the ends and tie in a knot, this should make a circular shape. If you want a line just leave it. After doing what...
Repeat to make another earring!
Now you have some cool, recycled earrings!
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