Step 1: Supplies
Make sure the pop tops are all identical, they come in different shapes and slightly different sizes. You will need to remove any sharp edges with needle nose pliers.
Step 2: Starting the Bracelet
1. Push the first ribbon through the bottom left hole.
2 push the other end in the hole above it, pull tightly, leaving about 4 or 5 inches hanging at the bottom.
Step 3: Weave the Ribbon
Fold the ribbon down and hold with your thumb.
Step 4: Adding Another Pop Top
Push the pointy end of ribbon through the left side holes of the second and 3rd pop tops. Pull tightly to the back.
Step 5: Pop Top #4
Push ribbon through holes just like you did on the 3rd pop top, pull tightly.
Add another pop top, alternationg direction.
Step 6: Adding Another Row of Ribbon
Continue threading the ribbon on the right side until it is woven through all 5 pop tops.
Periodically, you will need to cut the frayed edges of the ribbons so they are easier to thread through the holes.
Step 7: Continue Adding Pop Tops
Notice how, because the directions of the pop tops are alternating, it's creating a scalloped edge on both sides of the bracelet.
Continue adding pop tops, pulling ribbons tightly after each one.
Step 8: Tying the Ends Together
Overlap one end over the other so it's a continuous overlapping in the same direction as the rest of the pop tops.
Thread 2 of the ribbons through the front of holes toward the back and pull tightly.
Tie the top of one ribbon to the bottom of the same ribbon in a knot. Repeat wth the other ribbon.
Step 9: Finish Bracelet
Make several in different colors!
You could even make a belt with pop tops. Measure your waist and multiply times 2 or 3.