How to Make an Arizona Green Tea Metal Flower

A beautiful craft that recycles an Arizona green tea can, Have fun creating!

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Here's an empty can of Arizona Green Tea, washed and since I found it in the trash, put some bleach to kill the bacteria.

Here's an empty can of Arizona Green Tea, washed and since I found it in the trash, put some bleach to kill the bacteria.

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Use your knife to carefully make an incision into your empty can.

Use your knife to carefully make an incision into your empty can.

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Using a saw like motion, gently move around the can to cut off the top.

Using a saw like motion, gently move around the can to cut off the top.

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Do the same to the bottom. You may discard these parts.

Do the same to the bottom. You may discard these parts.

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Use a scissors to cut along the length of the can.

Use a scissors to cut along the length of the can.

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Flatten to a beautiful sheet of metal.

Flatten to a beautiful sheet of metal.

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Measure 2.5 inches, and cut out a circle from the paper. Repeat, but cut out 3.5 inch one.

Measure 2.5 inches, and cut out a circle from the paper. Repeat, but cut out 3.5 inch one.

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My circles aren't perfect, but neither are flowers.

My circles aren't perfect, but neither are flowers.

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Clip your circle onto the metal (optional)

Clip your circle onto the metal (optional)

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Cut around your circle with your scissors.

Cut around your circle with your scissors.

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Now you have a metal disk!

Now you have a metal disk!

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Carefully make a hole in the center using your pocket knife or scissors.

Carefully make a hole in the center using your pocket knife or scissors.

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Cut 5-6 slits around the circle (this is just a picture of it flipped to the other way).

Cut 5-6 slits around the circle (this is just a picture of it flipped to the other way).

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Round off the edges to make it look more like a flower.

Round off the edges to make it look more like a flower.

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Using your pliers, bend outward to make your flowers more natural.

Using your pliers, bend outward to make your flowers more natural.

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Cut out your 3.5 inch ring.

Cut out your 3.5 inch ring.

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Make the hole. Cut the slits and bend just like we did with the other.

Make the hole. Cut the slits and bend just like we did with the other.

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Almost done!

Almost done!

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Repeat with a small ring. I didn't do the slits yet for this one.

Repeat with a small ring. I didn't do the slits yet for this one.

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Arrange your 3 pieces from largest to smallest.

Arrange your 3 pieces from largest to smallest.

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Cut a long, thin piece of your can.

Cut a long, thin piece of your can.

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Slide through each hole, adding a layer each time.

Slide through each hole, adding a layer each time.

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All the way through!

All the way through!

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If you look carefully I bent the top of my long piece. You want to slide it back the way it came through.

If you look carefully I bent the top of my long piece. You want to slide it back the way it came through.

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Twist the 2 pieces at the bottom, bend, make sure it's secure.

Twist the 2 pieces at the bottom, bend, make sure it's secure.

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Tie a knot or bend metal around to secure, and remove excess of the long piece.

Tie a knot or bend metal around to secure, and remove excess of the long piece.

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Flip around and voila! A beautiful Arizona green tea metal flower for you! You may keep the long metal piece and use it to tie your flower to anything. Have fun!

Flip around and voila! A beautiful Arizona green tea metal flower for you! You may keep the long metal piece and use it to tie your flower to anything. Have fun!

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Added it to my bag for a nice, floral touch!

Added it to my bag for a nice, floral touch!

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