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  • Quick Bottle Cap Jewelry and Card for Mom

    Green crafts, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Mother's day, Recycle  |  0 Commentquick bottle cap jewelry and card for mom

    Still looking for a gift for mom? Look no further than your craft supply stash! Here's an easy way to make a matching card and necklace — perfect for Mother's Day or any other time you need a quick handmade gift. The card features a bottle cap button embellishment made from polymer clay, and the necklace features a matching pendant. Materials Buttons. Raid that button jar to find a design you like. The large ones (just about the same size as the inside of the bottle cap) work great. Amazing Mold Putty or molding

  • Sealed Bottle Cap Tutorial

    Green crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentsealed bottle cap tutorial

    by Carol Bryce BottleCapsGalore! So you want to make your own sealed bottle caps for your DIY projects, but you aren't sure how? Well, here is your chance to learn! I am far from being an expert, but I have been making sealed bottle caps and things from them for about a year now and after MUCH trial and error, I am to the point where I am comfortable enough with my technique to share it with others. I know there are tutorials out there in cyberland that you can buy, but

  • Chair with succulents for the garden tutorial

    Green crafts, Natural crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentchair with succulents for the garden tutorial

    Materials needed: an old chair with removable seat wire mesh (mesh-netting) Scissors Metal Construction Stapler red paint and a brush geotextiles sphagnum moss land rejuvenated white pebbles (for decoration) Step 1 Remove the soft chair seat and cut a piece of wire mesh to form a place for future plants. Step 2 Using the construction stapler attach wire mesh to the chair. Surplus wire bend or cut so that they could not see. Step 3 Apply two coats of paint the desired color on a chair and let it dry. Step 4 Using the old seat of the chair (as template) to cut out a piece of geotextile.

  • Bottle Cap Embellishment: Soda Put To Good Use

    Green crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentbottle cap embellishment: soda put to good use

    I am awake incredibly too late watching old movies with my husband, so I thought I'd go ahead and post a quick tutorial on what I experimented with this evening. My husband has a hobby, if that's what you'll call it, of trying various brands of root beer and cream soda. That being so, we have lots and lots of bottle caps lying around. How could I not find something crafty to do with them? I messed up slightly on my Bottle Cap Embellishment, but that just means that you can

  • DIY Bottle Cap Magnet Tutorial

    Green crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentdiy bottle cap magnet tutorial

    Here is another tutorial brought to you by me! Enjoy! Bottle Cap Magnet Tutorial by Carol Bryce Here is an easy inexpensive DIY project. These make great gifts and are good sellers at craft shows. This is what you will need to do this project: New or recycled bottle caps A one inch circle collage of pictures of your choice Photo paper or card stock One inch circle punch Scissors Glue stick-I use Aileene's Tacky Glue Stick E-6000 or other strong holding glue Glaze sealer-I use 3D Crystal Lacquer Neodymium(rare earth) magnets size of your choice All of the above items are available to purchase