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Happy Monday! To
help you start the week off on a good note, here is a creative way to identify
your kid’s backpack. Backpack tags are nothing new, but with this project
created by Kindra Boroff you and your kids can now create your own tags. This
project is so simple and fun. You will need some FolkArt paints, and Mod Podge
to make this project. Let your backpack standout by creating this tag. Below
are the supplies you will need, and the instructions to make this bottle cap
flower tag. Enjoy!
Paint-1614 Engine Red
1610 Wicker White
1661 Lemon Custard
13 metal bottle
caps, Red felt, Brown Felt,1” lanyard clip, Silver metal chain, 2 wood circles,
Silver jump ring, Pliers, Scissors, 1” flat, Drill with a small drill bit, Hot
hammer one bottle cap so that the crimped edges fan out. Using pliers, bend the
edges of the remaining bottle cap under leaving one side out to create a petal.
a small hole into the top of one of the petals
the petals and the center bottle cap with Wicker White. Paint the petals Engine
the center bottle cap and one wood circle with Lemon Custard.
the end of a brush handle and Wicker White, add polka dots to the petals.
glue red felt to the back of the petals and trim.
glue six petals to the unpainted wood circle. Repeat with the remaining six,
layering on the top first petals. Hot glue the yellow cap into the center. Cut
a circle out of brown felt and hot glue to the unfinished circle on the back.