Pop Can Stars

December 15th, 2009 in member junk     
redbugs13 redbugs13, member
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In a search for plans on a giant wood barn star I came across instructions on how to make these way cute and fun little stars made out of pop cans. We have also attempted to make a few out of scrap sheet metal.


Pattern or design used: www.craftster.com
posted in: member junk, , recycle, star, pop can, aluminum

Comments (19)

bakingbarb writes: I love these and while I've tried to make them I see that yours turned out much better. I think I need a ruler lol Posted: 11:37 am on December 12th
shabbychick writes: Your barn stars are super cute! (I'd have to have band-aids nearby...but I might just have to give it a try!).

Welcome to Junkmarket Style and looking forward to more of your posts!

Kathy

P.S. I like the idea of doing the whole tree up "Coke" style, and sending a pic to the company too! :) Posted: 10:13 am on December 23rd
writes: I. LOVE. THESE! Posted: 12:07 am on December 20th
Junksister writes: I am a big fan of the barn star and have made these pop can stars before. They make a great gift topper. I have also made them out of heavy recycled cardboard and heavy metal(in various sizes). One hint: need to score the cardboard and heavier metal well to avoid crinkles. The cardboard can be covered with paper or fabric to change the look. Some day I will get brave and share a project of my own but until then I enjoy seeing everyone elses work. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Posted: 4:01 pm on December 18th
redbugs13 writes: Hey guys!!!! Thanks for all of your great comments! If you click on the link for "pattern or design used" for www.craftster.com it should take you straight to the directions I used to make them. Posted: 1:55 pm on December 17th
Prior writes: So cool, I would prob cut myself. Lezlee Posted: 12:42 am on December 17th
junkermidge writes: Those are adorable! I love 'em!
Midge Posted: 9:14 pm on December 16th
fellowjunker writes: Whoa....I love these!!! What a great idea!
xojanis Posted: 9:01 pm on December 16th
oldnews writes: These are SO cool! I would love to know how to make them too! I have a thing about stars and seem to be amassing quite a collection of them! Thanks for sharing them with us! Marie Posted: 8:51 pm on December 16th
greencolleen writes: ok i want the pattern please share :). i agree with jim great add for coke. Posted: 2:40 pm on December 16th
MakinItHappen writes: Nice work! Looks great and fun to do. Posted: 10:45 am on December 16th
alicemom writes: Love the star esp.the real thing!
Welcome and thanks for showin' & tellin'.
smiles, alice Posted: 9:48 pm on December 15th
monakent writes: These turned out GREAT!!! What will people think of next??? (BTW ~ I like the Pepsi start too...) gailmarie Posted: 7:42 pm on December 15th
suewhitney writes: Hey there RedBugs,

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style!!! Glad to have you here. These are ab fab. I'm with Jim...do your whole tree with the Coke Stars and send it off. I'm sure they would love to see how their product can be recycled. Thanks for sharind...

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 5:58 pm on December 15th
RustyDiva writes: I love these! You did a really good job on all the creases ~ looks hard. Posted: 5:06 pm on December 15th
JunkArchitect writes: The Coke star is soooo cool!! You should trim your tree entirely with the stars and send a photo to Coke.

Jim Posted: 4:59 pm on December 15th
JunkArchitect writes: The Coke star is soooo cool!! You should trim your tree entirely with the stars and send a photo to Coke.

Jim Posted: 4:59 pm on December 15th
chippingcharm writes: Neat idea...I can see lots of fun variations on these! Thanks for sharing, Laurel Posted: 4:54 pm on December 15th
SnowmanHill writes: These are super fun, great way to recycle! Posted: 4:16 pm on December 15th
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