How to Make a Bottle-Cap Whistle

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Introduction: How to Make a Bottle-Cap Whistle

If you find yourself at a party this summer do not let those pop cans and bottle tops go to waste.

Requirements:

Bottle caps

Empty pop cans

Tin snips or good scissors

Hot glue gun

Step 1: Cutting the Pieces

You will need to grab that pop can and cut the bottom and top off so you are left with a sheet of tin foil.

Step 2: Cutting the Inner Part of the Whistle

For the second step you will want to cut 2 pieces from the foil.

on one cut will be going long way with the can the cut should be about as wide as the tab from the pop can

the other cut will be a box about the size of two tabs from the pop can.

Step 3: Making the Inner Part of the Whistle

Fold the wide piece of foil around the long narrow cut and cut the corners of the top.

Fold the top of the long end down and over the fold to hold the wide piece in place.

Step 4: Making the Shape

Fold the long piece around and through the top.

Step 5: Making the Shell

Cut a slit in both bottle tops that are the same size.

Step 6: Hold Them and Fold Them

Take the folded pop can and but on the inside and glue it down with hot glue.

Step 7: Slice and Dice

Cut a slit on the top before putting the other bottle top on.

Step 8: Tag Them and Bag Them You're Done!

To finish hot glue the other bottle top on let it dry and get your blow on!

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5 Discussions

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BJayBlue
BJayBlue

4 years ago

when you say just a sheet of tin foil, could you use tin foil that you buy from the store as well? or is there a difference? thanks! this looks like a must do project!!

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Lavoz24
Lavoz24

Reply 4 years ago

you need a stiff,rugged yet flexible piece of tin. That's why soda cans work well for this. On the other hand, if you look at professional whistles you'll see they use a thicker piece of metal that are either soldered or glued together.

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BJayBlue
BJayBlue

Reply 4 years ago

okay. thanks. are the edges of the soda can sharp?

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wold630
wold630

4 years ago

Very cool! Thanks for sharing!