This is one of those “so easy I hate to call it a “tutorial’ tutorials.” Baby B loves sharks and wants a shark theme for her next birthday. While that’s months away, I figured Shark Week would be a great time to brainstorm and test out some ideas, you know … six months in advance. So I give you: shark fin soda bottles!

Supplies

  • Blue soda (I used Jones Soda)
  • Blue scrapbooking cardstock
  • Gluestick
  • Scissors

Instructions

1 – Free-hand cut one shark fin, making it about 3 inches long by 2 inches high. Leave a little extra at the base of the fin.

Shark Fin Soda Bottles by The Party Teacher - step 1

2 – Use your first fin as a template to cut out as many other fins as you need.

3 – Fold the little extra over, creating a straight crease.

Shark Fin Soda Bottles by The Party Teacher - step 3

4 – Peel the label off your bottle. Apply gluestick to the outside of the folded part of your fin, and press this to your bottle.

Shark Fin Soda Bottles by The Party Teacher - step 4

And that’s it! I really don’t think I’ve ever published a four-step tutorial before, but when you hit on an idea that is easy, cheap and cute, you go for it.

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Shark Fin Soda Bottles by The Party Teacher - 9

How to make shark fin soda bottles by The Party Teacher

Happy Shark Week!

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