If you love drinking soda (in a can) then you are in luck. There are so much cool things that can be made from soda cans. Some cool things include beautiful aluminum Christmas Angels, bracelets, pendants, a pencil or pen holder, flowers, stars, and animals. The list can go on and on.
Adults should always supervise children who are making crafts from any form of aluminum. Cutting it can use physical harm to children if they are not careful. Some crafts requires less supervision than others.
A Scary Spider Puppet : Soda Can Crafts Ideas for Kids - - This makes for a great Halloween activity for school or just fun. You'll need to save your soda can and bottle caps for this one.
Aluminum Can Granny Square Tote Bag - - A tote bag made of Lion Brand yarn, aluminum cans, an old t-shirt and bamboo.
Aluminum Can Jewelry - Make a gorgeous pendant out of the Arizona Iced Tea Can.
Aluminum Can Jewelry - With a few empty beverage cans, you can make fun, colorful pieces of jewelry that look almost like enamel - but they're not!
Aluminum Can Ornaments - Before anything else, parental supervision, guidance and a lot of SAFETY is needed for this unique metal crafting project. In the end, it will be worth it!
Aluminum Christmas Angel - If you are looking for the perfect ornaments to hang on your Christmas tree or to serve as unique decors, then look no further. Follow this easy guide to making your personal Christmas decorations.
Arizona Tea Can Bracelet - What to do with all those cans!
Awesome Cyborg Monocle - It is of Cyborg in the form of a monocle!
Can Crab Chomper - Before anything else, adult supervision is needed in making this craft project. Safety is everything but we assure you that once you are done making this craft, you will be pleased with the results.
Can Hats - Whoever thought that you can make a fashionable hat out of used soda cans? Well, we did and here’s how to make one…
Candy Stick Vase - This simple craft makes a colorful centerpiece for your holiday table or an easy Gift your child can create for someone special on her list.
Coke Can chicken: Figurine/Cream Holder/Oil Lmp - - This is actually a 3-in-1 craft project which you will find useful once you are finished making it.
Coke Can Necklace - Create this lovely floweret necklace using soda cans.
Coke Necklace - Make a cool Coke necklace.
Cookie Cutters From Aluminum Cans - - These creative cookie cutters made from aluminum cans not only provide ample opportunity for creatively shaped desserts, but they also provide a fun way to recycle soda cans. Since it won't cost you anything but your time to make them, there's no shame in simply discarding your used cookie cutters after you're finished if you won't use them again.
Crafty Can Cuff - Be the envy of coke lovers.
Crafty Candleholders - Combining recycled and natural materials, these easy-to-make candle holders and can be adapted to suit any decor.
Creative Christmas Balls - Have a creative and "green" Christmas with these fun balls that you can make yourself out of aluminum cans. Our old tree from last year has been given eternal life with this aluminum wrap!
Crushed Can Craft - This is making a colorful and funky piece of art with crushed aluminum cans. One of my very favorite things to do is to create something new and fun out of what normally would be thrown away--unless you recycle them, that is. This tutorial will show you how to recycle your cans is a completely different way.
Dangly Earrings - These are made out of soda cans and are actually pretty easy to make if you have the right materials
Easter Lilies - Real flowers tend to wilt, this one doesn’t.
Flower Pot From a Soda Can - Making flower pots is a great way to recycle old soda cans. The cans make perfect pots for small plants and can save you a lot of money on pots. Soda can pots can be used as temporary pots for seedlings or propagations instead of purchasing many small pots. However, you can also decorate them and use them as permanent plant holders.
Fireworks - Create fireworks with this firework craft from aluminum cans.
Hearts From Ring Pulls - Hearts made from the things on top of soft drink cans (With a little bit of wool.)
Lantern - Make these pretty lanterns for fall.
Lantern and Tea Light Holder - - There’s no better way to make a colorful candle holder than soda cans. Find the most colorful ones lying around the trash bin and transform them into a creative work of art.
Luminaria - Luminarias, or candle lanterns, can lend an extra glow to a stargazing party, an outdoor storytelling session, or a night hike.
Model Airplane out of Beer Cans - - Boys simply adore this ingenious craft project! If you haven’t made one yet, now is the time to do so and recycle those trash aluminum cans lying around the house.
Model Car Factory - Liven up a rainy afternoon by test-driving a fleet of homemade cars.
Model Magic : How to Make Stuff with Soda Cans - - Three projects that take advantage of simple, broad strokes, and the result is colorful, cartoonish sculpture. Plus, it's neither greasy nor smelly, and you don't need to bake it!
Pen Holder - Here is a quick and easy way to make a Pen Holder. Helps prevent misplacing all those pens you have. You can even use the can for any other use as well.
Pepsi Can Crab - A 3D crab made out of a single aluminum Pepsi can. Similar to the plastic bottle crab plastic bottle crab.
Pop Can Christmas Tree Craft - - Find out how to make this easy yet creative Christmas craft. Follow the directions and you can make a Christmas tree using soda pop cans.
Pop Can Purse - Be unique. That’s what this project is all about. Young ladies, or ”tweeners” will surely want to have one of these.
Recycled Aluminum Flowers - - Don't toss those old cans; turn them into funky flowers that add a colorful touch to any garden. Recycling has never looked so good
Recycled Soda Can Frogs - This craft project would look great hanging on your door, just as any frog would look like on a tree branch.
Shark - Recycle aluminum cans into this adorable shark.
Silver and Gold Soda Can Stars - - If you can find other uses for this easy craft project other than hang it on as a Christmas décor, let us know.
Silver Bells Wreath - Make some savings for Christmas by not spending a dime on decors. Use all those trash aluminum cans you can find in making this pretty unique silver wreath.
Silly Soda Can Clown Magnets - Aren't these adorable...make these adorable clowns from empty pop cans, ribbon, yarn, googley eyes, ribbon, etc
Silver Bells Wreath - Make a silver wreath for the holidays using aluminum cans.
Smashed Soda Can Animals - - A smashed soda or aluminum can becomes a funny cow, pig or bear. This is fun activity is a great way to teach kids about recycling.
Soda Can Candle Tray - - Make a candle tray out of soda cans.
Soda Can Penguins - This penguin is made by painting a soda can and adding wings and face. Fun!
Soda Can Cuties - - These are really adorable little toys! In order to make one, you have to follow our easy guide though. Here’s how…
Soda Can Flowers - - They're also a "greener" alternative to traditional bouquets. What's more, soda can flowers can be recycled when you're done with them.
Soda Can Lantern - - Since this project requires cutting with sharp objects, we suggest you ask for Daddy’s help before you proceed. But once you’re done, nothing else can compare to the feeling of accomplishment.
Soda Can Rose - - Want to make something special for that special someone? This instructable will show you how to make a beautiful flower with just a few materials and a little bit of time. The best thing about it is that instead of throwing away your empty soda cans, you can make a wonderful bouquet of flowers!
Soda Can Sculpture - - Students will use reusable objects and individual creativity to create wonderful sculpture.
Soda Can Star Lights - - These easy party lights can be made faster than your average fireworks explosion, not to mention that you probably already have the bulk of the supplies in your pantry. It also proves that from an artistic standpoint, soda pop cans are just as awesome on the outside as they are inside.
Soda Can Treat Holder - - Here’s a little holder for those pretty little trinkets.
Soda Can Wallet - - Stash your cash in this soda can wallet. Ingenious!
Soda Pop Can Baby - - This unique baby craft can be made in a rainbow of pastel colors. Wouldn't these easy crafts be a fun way to personalize baby shower decorations?
Soda Pop Can Bat - - These cute, flying bats are easy to create and would make fun decorations for a Halloween party or haunted house.
Soda Can Tiled Art Mirror - Make this super cool tiled soda can art around a mirror or a picture.
Soda Pop Can Cow - - Why not make an entire herd of these tiny cows?! They don't all have to be black and white; you can get creative and make them in many different colors.
Soda Pop Can Ghost - - Find out how you can easily create a flying ghost using an aluminum pop can. Another fun Halloween decoration, and for a fun twist, see if you can find glow-in-the-dark paint at your favorite craft store.
Soda Pop Can Pig - - Make several little piggies using soda pop cans. I promise these pigs will not eat you out of house and home.
Soda Pop Can Puppy - - You can easily make a 'best friend' for every man, woman, and child you know; and these puppies don't even have to be house broken!
Soda Pop Can Santa - - Start out by making a Santa using a crushed can and then follow the same directions and make several elves to help him out.
Soda Pop Can Spider - - Besides using an aluminum soda pop can, this craft is made using handprints.
Soda Pop Can Witch - - This adorable little witch won't scare a soul. This is a fun and unique Halloween project.
Soda Pop Tab Bracelet - - Here’s a new, fun way to recycle!
Spring Flower Brooch - - An ordinary soda can provides pretty graphics and shiny metal. They combine to form a bold and beautiful flower brooch.
Tin Can Frankenstein Halloween Decoration - - Make this darling little Frankenstein out of felt, glue and a tin can. Fill him with lollipops for Halloween or use as a pencil holder for your homework desk. This looks great as Gift handouts or for your class Halloween party.
Tin Can Mummy - This cute little mummy is a perfect recycling project. This will work great for holding pens, pencils, or even some Halloween flowers. How about filling your mummy can with lollipops?
Tin Can Storage Containers - - Practical and pretty, and costs next to nothing to make!
Tin Can Train - - Don't let looks fool you. Assembling a shiny freewheeling toy train like this one is a cinch -- the pieces are simply stuck or clipped together. Chances are most of the parts you'll need for this model-making project are ready and waiting in your recycling bin.
Tom Turkey Recycled Soda Can - - A great soda can craft to celebrate Thanksgiving celebrations.
Totem Pole - - September 25th is Native American Day. Here is a chance to recycle those tin cans into this fun totem pole and teach young people about our Native American heritage.
Tray Cans - - This fun project will amaze your friends/girlfriends by its simplicity and efficiency. I've been doing these "trays" for a long time now, mostly on holidays, at the beach house when you got time to spare and there's nothing to put your ashes in.
Turkey Wreath - - You can make a sign "Eat More Pork" to go around one of the turkey's neck if you want.
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