Introduction: Make Fridge Magnets From Bottle Caps.
Here is a simple project where you can re-use old bottle caps from your favorite brews and turn them into a slew of decorative fridge magnets.
What you will need:
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Step 1: Gather Your Supplies.
you can probably find everything you need at your local store. I picked up a roll of magnetic tape at Wall-mart for under 4 $ the duct tape was 3$ at the most. As for the bottle caps I used the beverages that were in my fridge (which was beer ha ha!) other wise pop bottle caps will do.
DISCLAIMER: If you are using alcoholic beverages please do not do this immediately after you have consumed your drink. I am not responsible for any injuries.
Step 2: Cut the Magnet Tape
-First cut the tape into a square about the same size as the bottle cap.
-Then with the scissors shape it into a circle so it fits snug into the bottle cap.
(if you cut it too small then it will pop out when you put the tape in)
Step 3: Put It All Together
- Now rip off a small piece of duct tape and fold it so only the sticky part is showing on all sides. then place it inside the cap
- Take the magnet tape and peel off the white paper to reveal the adhesive and place it inside the cap sticky side down.
Step 4: Your Done!
Now you have a sweet looking magnet to spice up that boring fridge.