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DIY Father's Day Beer Bottle Cap Keychain

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Father's Day is right around the corner, are you ready?  Here's a gift you still have time to make!

You will need:

-  Keychain blank (I found the keychain at Hobby Lobby)
-  Bottle cap (preferably of your dad's favorite beer)
-  Envirotex jewelry clay

Here is the jewelry clay from Amazon:

Here is the video tutorial:


1.  Mix your jewelry clay together.  Follow the directions on the package.
2.  When properly mixed, roll into a ball and press into the recess of the keychain.
3.  Press the bottle cap into the clay.  Make sure it makes good contact.
4.  Position it and if needed, take a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol to clean up any fingerprints from the keychain.  
5.  Let if fully cure.

That's it!  Now you have a very personalized gift for dad!

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  1. Cool idea. Just pinned it and Thanks for the tutorial.

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