But that’s just half the fun. The rest of the fun starts after you’ve done the finding and hunting.
After You Find Them You Can Put them in a Book (like these)
Or… You Can Make Things with Them… Look what I Made (supplies to your right, instructions going down)
Generally, if you are going to make anything with your elongated pennies you’ll have to put holes on them. They can easily become earrings, bracelets, necklaces or keyrings. But first, you must punch some holes (which is actually a lot easier than you would think when you purchase a handly metal hole punch).
Punching Holes in Disney Pressed Pennies
Mickey Elongated Penny and a Metal Hole Maker.
The metal hole maker clamped down on the penny.
All you have to do is twist to make a hole. Even a child can do it.
Mickey now has a hole.
We made a keychain, but you can also make a bracelet or necklace.
We decided to add Donald, Minnie and Pluto to the mix.
Everyone has a hole.
The completed key chain.
Punch Holes and Attach Your Pennies
Awesome Elongated Penny Bracelet
I love the bracelet featured in this book. However, the book didn’t help me find the products I needed to make it. I’ve listed them here for you.
MICKEY MOUSE CHARMS & BEADS
Vintage Bronze Key Rings Look Great with Pressed Pennies
Mini M&M Canisters are PERFECT for Storing Quarters