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These easy to make coasters are a fun resin craft! You'll get some jar lids and arrange bottle caps inside in whatever pattern makes you happy. You can make them all one color, create flowers or rep your team colors. There are so many possibilities!
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Bottlecaps used in outdoor adventures? I never even considered it! This is a fun way to make fishing lures with them, and you can actually use them! Of course if you want to use the lures for a fishing craft, that would work too.
Just so you know, bottle caps that actually come on soda and beer bottles are sturdier. Quite a bit sturdier. They are harder to bend, but you can definitely do it. The bottle caps that you buy are specifically made for crafting and are not as thick, thus much easier to bend.
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Below are some featured categories, such as current holidays, as well as a category I've chosen to highlight. You'll find projects for kids as well as adults crafts. I hope you enjoy browsing and are able to find something you'll have fun making!
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Our labels are waterproof, go on easy, and come off clean. So much better than blank bottles for the home brewer. Upload an image to create your custom bottle labels. Minimum order is just one sheet of four. Starting at 65.
Traditional printed crown corks (the industry term for "bottle cap") have a minimum order of about half a million per design. That's a big pile! BottleMark does personalized bottle caps on demand, in full color, with no minimum order, and in a matter of days. It's a huge leap in bottle cap technology!
Regular bottle openers get the job done, but homemade bottle openers get the job done AND they look way cooler. You can even make ones that catch the bottle caps with a magnet or catch them in a cup at the bottom of the opener.
There are actually two different ways you can craft bottle caps into magnets. You can either paint the bottle caps and then stick a magnet on the underside, or you can put an image on the underside and attach a magnet to the top.
If you want to do a little bit of homemade science while having a lot of fun at the same time, building a catapult is obviously the best choice. You can teach your kids a bit of physics and shoot some things around the house all with just some popsicle sticks, a bottle cap, and a few other supplies.
These are a bit similar to the bottle cap necklaces so if you get the hang of making those, these will be easy (and vice versa). Plus you can put all sorts of designs on the keychains you make, which is really fun.
Oh, the things you can do with a plastic bottle cap. Do you save plastic bottle caps and lids? They are perfectly sized for little hands and can be used in oh so many ways. Here is a list of many ways to use these little round resources for learning.
A sensory bin can be filled with bottle caps or bottle caps can be added to a sensory bin filled with another material. Kids can find matching lids, matching colors or the lids can make great little containers for a sensory bin filled with rice, sand, beans, or corn. Kids can make little boats with the lids for a sensory bin filled with water. Bottle caps would also be a great addition to the sandbox.
Write letters on the tops of bottle caps and kids can practice spelling word families or sight words. Write the complete words on the bottle caps and kids can sort by word family, beginning letter, ending letter, etc.
An empty Parmesan cheese container or a wipe container along with a bunch of lids can make a great fine motor activity for a child. Add a pair of tongs or plastic tweezers so that kids can grab the bottle caps with a tool.
Use plastic lids as counters for counting activities. You can always add stickers or pictures to the tops of the lids to complement a theme or the interests of children. Bottle caps also make great counters when using ten frames for one-to-one correspondence practice.
Bob: There are several reasons why. From a marketing perspective, twist-off caps have sort of a down market/ big brewery/ domestic lager/ light beer image associated with them in the eyes of the craft/ import consumer. Imported beers all have pry-off caps, which supports an image of quality. Craft beers likewise.
The practical reasons are a bit more specific. Screw caps are crimped onto the neck of the bottle the same way they are for pry-off caps. The bottle top has threads molded on, and the threads on the cap are formed by the crimping process. In some cases, this does not create as tight a seal as a standard pry-off closure, nor does it provide an optimum oxygen barrier. Furthermore, twist-off caps can loosen during certain packaging and transport scenarios where a pry-off will not. This is of great importance. For smaller craft breweries, there are a few other issues involved, such as the need for generic bottles or the use of older or less sophisticated bottling lines not ideally suited to this technology. There have been instances where craft breweries have changed to twist-off and then switched back for one or another of these reasons. However, there might still be some craft twist-offs out there that I am unaware of.
Paint 1/3 of each bottle cap black. Allow them to dry completely. Apply additional coats until the paint is completely opaque, allowing the paint to dry fully between coats. I found that some colors required two coats and others required three. Acrylic paints dry rather quickly.
For bumblebees, paint the remaining 2/3 of the cap yellow. For ladybugs, paint the remaining 2/3 of the bottle cap red. For bees, add black stripes once the final coat of yellow paint has dried completely. Add an additional coat of paint if necessary. For ladybugs, apply black polka dots in a random pattern. Again, add an additional coat of paint if necessary to achieve full coverage.
Glue together the edges of each of the five caps to form the body of the caterpillar. Once the glue has completely cured, flip the caterpillar over and glue one magnet to the first cap and a second magnet to the fifth magnet. Allow the glue to dry. Flip the caps back over and apply one wiggly eye to the end of the caterpillar, just above the smile.
Making crafts with your kids is a great activity for many reasons because they spur creativity, boost skills, and create great memories for you and your kids. This adorable bug craft idea is no exception.
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Make these adorable bottle cap spiders today. This bottle cap crafts idea is great for kids of all ages and works great as a Halloween craft idea or anytime of the year that you want to make a spider craft. We love making craft spiders for Halloween at home or in the classroom!
We love the idea of creating welcome wreaths for all kinds of events! Game day is a great excuse for a crafty wreath, particularly one that upcycles. In this case, that upcycling is right on theme! Grab a rounded foam wreath ring from your local craft store and cover it in bottle caps using strong glue!
This adorable bottle cap tree art idea by SindysCraftsnThings is a great way to contrast pop culture and trash with nature and natural materials. All you need are cedar wood, bottle caps, foil, and steel wire.
Bottle caps are versatile tools for simple, little decor details at parties and special events. Use them to label foods and drinks or even place settings! Simply paint the top of each cap with chalkboard paint and glue them along a piece of string or ribbon. Draw the letters on just like Sei Lifestyle did here!
A square of painted or stenciled canvas and some bottle caps with coordinate colours made the perfect homemade check game for traveling or playing a round on the go. Check out the steps for making your own on Martha Stewart.
Craftaholics Anonymous shows you how to create your own tiny tea light candles out of crayons and bottle caps! The crayons give you an awesome array of coloured wax options and the caps make tiny candle holders.
Positively Splendid walks you through the process of placing little cut out pictures inside painted bottle caps so the edges stick out like flower petals. Glue a bit of magnetic strip to the back of each one and create a stem and leaves from crafting wire. Voila!
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Hi All! Today on the blog I am going to share a fun and easy project. Easy diy bottle cap Emoji magnets. They are quick and oh sooooo easy, and a fun way to use up some of those bottle caps that you have been collecting! The longest part is waiting for the glue to dry.
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