Bottle Cap Boho Mirror

Use recycled bottle caps to make a funky, expensive looking boho mirror!
I used glass floral marbles to fill in the bottle caps. Try using several different colors!
Watch how to make it here!
Love the Americana Decor Metallics line and of course, E-6000 glue to put it all together.

Suggested materials:

  • Americana Decor Metallics
  • E-6000 Glue

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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • Allyson Ehrhardt Chavarria
    on Sep 13, 2017

    If i dont drink soda, where can i get bottle caps at?
    • San49090772
      on May 31, 2020

      When it’s open derby recycle paint centre off abbey street in derby ,has lots of nic naks also cheap paint and lots of arts and craft item at very cheap prices ,,,.hope this helps.

  • Tax28057115
    on Sep 17, 2017

    Hello. This is such a wonderful project and I am excited about trying it. Would water bottle caps work as well? I would prefer a smoother texture. Thank you in advance for your response.
    • Amy Constance Howe
      on Sep 22, 2017

      I was wondering the same thing! I almost never have bottle caps, but come across so many water bottle & soda caps! Since they are not recyclable, would be a good project to try!
  • Bra29239923
    on Sep 17, 2017

    What do you glue the bottle caps on?
    • Jaime
      on Sep 18, 2017

      You can use a piece of heavy cardboard from maybe a shipping box you already have in your house , a box in your attic that you stored things in, or you can even use a piece of plywood...It's a personal preference.

      It's up to you what thickness~and how heavy your walls can hold.

      I have very thin plywood I had from a previous project, it's only 1/4" thick.

      You can buy it at Home Depot, Lowe's, or any other lumber yard, from 1/4" to 3/4" thickness. Like I said, it's a matter of preference. Also, you can get a pre-cut shape of wood at craft stores, such as Michael's. (Remember, the wood doesn't have to be the same shape as in the project above. You can buy a pre-cut piece of wood in a heart shape, for example, & it would do the job exactly the same) ***Make sure your project is unique & individual to your taste***

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