Glue a pom pom to a bottle cap, then attach an elastic band to the other side of the cap & wrap it around your finger.
You’ll need a circular piece of plywood, a dollar store mirror sans a frame, bottle caps, dollar store gems, and metallic paint.
Collect some colorful bottle caps and a grab a few 1x4 pieces of pallet wood and Gorilla glue and voila! The state of Kentucky!
Clean your metal bistro patio furniture, take apart the chair seat, cut a round piece of plywood, coat with paint & adhere caps.
Collect bottle caps, spray paint them green, glue to card stock, add a red & white ribbon tree topper, then frame it for cute X-mas decor.
Print vintage soda bottle caps (or collect them), cut them, then trace the template for the shade onto fabric paper cut & paste and done!
Mod podge a stone into a vintage bottle cap then glue a slice of magnet strip to the back.
Glue googly eyes and buttons inside the upside down bottle cap, then attach red string and branches for horns. Cute!
Once you’ve decorated the center of your burlap canvas, add a bottle cup for a bit of whimsy.
Collect old bottle caps and add a touch of vintage look with patterned gemstones and pebbles. Get your steampunk on!
Turn a flea market find into something unique with bottle caps, a TV stand a spray painted tray. Glue beer caps to a tray then add poly.
You’ll need pliers, metal dowel like attachments and an adhesive. Fit it into your kitchen cabinet and voila!
Add colored pendants to Snapple bottle caps according to which snack bottle they are adorning and make snacking time fun!
Use tile mortar and black grout to adhere and keep the bottle in place as you coat your floor.
Hot glue the felt for the hat around the cap, and decorate with fake florals or a button.
Adhere a magnet on the back with hot glue, fill with pretty little items, then coat with resin.
Show your love for drinks by lining the wall with bottle caps, and filling in the bubbles of beer with marbles.
Mold clay for decorative sweets like pies or cover over a cellphone case with gems.
Simply tie with twine a bottle cap, then add a charm with a friend’s initial.
Start collecting beer caps with this catcher by hammering galvanized nails and using wood glue.
Place the wick inside the cap, heat up wax, and pour inside for a tiny candle.
Heat up wax, pour in with melted crayon, and decorate with air dry clay.
Coat the board in chalkboard paint, connect magnets to the back of Snapple bottles, and now you have a special board.
Take 20L bottle caps, cut a notch in, and spray paint a bright color for hanging your brushes.
Cut off the bottom of a plastic bottle, paint it, and add the cap to the center for a floral.
Paint a wood finish on as top coat, glue caps in the corner, and place for decorative finish to a table.
Cover crosses in Allure Dimensional Design Adhesive paints, and seal with Liquid Glass.