Some classic beer brands have an interesting circular emblem on their can. You can make a necklace of this emblem with a coin, a chain, and a small piece of fishing tackle.
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Step 1: The Beer
The two necklaces in this instructable were made from Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller High Life cans. The classic Budweiser cans also have a cool emblem you could use. Unfortunately, Budweiser redesigned so these cans are tough to find right now.
Step 2: The Pendant
Cut out two emblems, one for each side of a coin.
Use a coin whose size matches that of the emblem. Punch a hole in this coin with hammer and nail. You might have to go through a couple nails before you get a hole.
Glue an emblem to one side of the coin. Any epoxy glue should work fine. After the glue has dried, punch a hole in the emblem. Repeat for the other side. If you put both the emblems on before punching a hole, you wont have any idea where the hole is on the coin.
The coin was attached to a jewelry chain using a fishing "barrel swivel with an interlock snap". You can also use normal jewelry supplies, I just had fishing tackle on hand.
Step 3: The Necklace
Wow so simple! Comment if you see emblems on any other cans.