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10 or more glass bottle caps
Acrylic paint in a dark color
Small paint brush
Glue gun
Jump rings
10 or more images from the movies


Paint the bottle caps entirely with the acrylic paint and allow to dry.

Add a second coat of paint, if desired.

Using the glue gun, attach the jump rings to the backs of the caps.

Print and cut out 10 images from the Harry Potter films. 

Glue the images to the front of the caps.

String each bottle cap onto the gimp, gluing in place if desired.

Tie the gimp to secure, making sure that it is long enough to easily fit over the head.

HarryPotter101's tutorial was used with permission.

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