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Bottle Cap Crafts

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Recycled Buttons Made from Bottle Caps and Pull Tabs • Recyclart

These Recycle Buttons are made from caps from beer or juice bottles, and at the back side a safety pin is attached with the help of a pull tab (such a thing

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The Old Hotel Market, New Market, MN (2021)

From rustic to refined, we have an eclectic mixture of new, old and in between treasures. Occasional Sale -open four days a month - usually first Thursday thru Sunday of the month.

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DIY Beer Bottle Cap Table

My husband made this amazing Beer Bottle Cap Table over the weekend and it turned out so awesome. He had been saving bottle caps for quite some time and I knew he had some kind of grand plan in mind for them, but I didn't know what exactly. He started by constructing the small round table that he sourced the table from a well-known DIY furniture company and used the bottle caps he had been saving. He used kitchen work surface counter edging to edge the table and GlassCast epoxy resin as a topcoat. So over the weekend he set

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I ciondoli della pace per bambini

Manualità, significato, bellezza: c’è un progetto-lavoretto che appena abbiamo visto ci ha conquistato immediatamente. Non serve molto, si può fare in gruppo, è colorato e il risultato è bellissimo! I ciondoli della pace per bambini: con tante perline e un po’ di manualità il lavoretto che si trasforma in decoro meraviglioso Fare braccialetti non è un’attività “da femmine” o meramente estetica, finalizzata all’indossarli, quei braccialetti. Quei fili e quelle perline alla base del lavoro sono fondamentali per i bambini, che giocandoci hanno la possibilità di utilizzare la loro manualità più fine e di allenare in maniera precisa la coordinazione occhio-mano. L’attività sarà quindi la stessa, ma invece di creare collane e braccialetti i bambini realizzeranno fili di perline che poi utilizzeranno per formare la decorazione per la classe. Il materiale? Perline, fili, campanellini e un bel ramo pulito. Innanzitutto, fornite le “perline”: possono essere quelle di plastica adibite esattamente allo scopo, oppure, ancora meglio, potranno essere un’accozzaglia di materiali che si prestano alla realizzazione di ciondoli, come ad esempio bottoni, biglie bucate, palline di legno, pasta corta… (foto 1 http://s96.photobucket.com/user/konien/media/Afrika_map_1_290.jpg.html) Oppure, createle di carta: utilizzate quella spessa e zigrinata, tagliate dei triangoli, spennellate un lato di colla e arrotolateli attorno ad una matita. Il risultato saranno delle perline bucate dalla forma strana! (foto 2 http://s96.photobucket.com/user/konien/media/Afrika_map_1_290.jpg.html) Dopodiché tagliate dei fili belli lunghi (la lana è perfetta, soprattutto se spessa, perché resistente ma non rigida come lo spago), e dite ai bambini di creare le loro file di perline, infilandole nell’ordine che preferiscono. Una volta terminata la striscia di perline, aiutate il bambino a fissare l’estremità superiore con un bel nodo (lasciando comunque qualche centimetro dall’alto: servirà per legare il filo al ramo) e a legare all’altro capo un campanellino. Chiedete poi a tutti di pensare a qualcosa di felice sulla classe, ad un buon proposito per mantenere la pace tra loro o a qualcosa di bello su ognuno dei compagni, e di trasmetterlo, magari anche con un bigliettino da attaccare, alla striscia che hanno creato. Prendete quindi il ramo che avete selezionato tutti insieme in giardino e legate a distanze uguali tutte le file di ciondoli create dai bambini. Legate poi alle due estremità del ramo dello spago bello forte o del filo di nylon (di quello fatto apposta per appendere: deve essere sicuro!), e appendete così il ramo a due fisher a uncino sul soffitto: il risultato è una bellissima decorazione che ricorderà ai bambini il loro lavoro ma soprattutto i pensieri felici. (foto 3 http://stylecarrot.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/peace-beads-stylecarrot-boston.jpg) Ogni volta che sembrerà che il disordine, i litigi o il caos regnino in classe, potrete sempre con delicatezza sfiorare i ciondoli, che suoneranno soavemente grazie al campanellino, ricordando ai bambini ciò che avevano pensato sulla pace o ciò che si erano riproposti al momento della realizzazione. Puoi scoprire altre forme di hanging art in questo articolo. Sara Polotti

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We create with metal lids: 20 DIY ideas | My desired home

Our current article is still proof that nothing is about throwing, and even garbage we can make fancy decorations and crafts. Today we will see DIY ideas with metal caps.

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Bottle Cap Push Pins

This one is for my hubby. As I was creating the bottle cap push pins for my Inspiration Board, I started thinking about how cool it would be to make some push pins out of my husband's collection of bottle caps. I thought it would look awesome in his man cave or in the garage. Note: if you don't have bottle caps, or don't feel like waiting and saving them up, you can get some cool ones here: I dumped out all of the caps and sorted through them. As I sorted them, I realized I had automatically made them into a bar graph, instead of just piling them together. Can we say "teacher's instinct"? :) I decided to just use one of each type that he had, because I figured that would be enough push pins to get him started. I picked the ones that were the least dented and scratched up. I glued pushpins to the back of the caps with hot glue. Such a quick little project. I was able to do this while also working on another project. While the embroidery designs were stitching out for my wall hanging, I was happily gluing away. Ta-da! A nice manly way to display the bottle cap collection and serve a useful purpose. My husband really likes it, too--although he said he may get rid of the pins from my "girly" drinks like Smirnoff, lol! Note: while my bottle cap pins have held up fine so far, hubby has managed to break two of his already. I can quickly and easily re-glue them, but I'm planning to experiment with some different types of glue. I will probably try super glue and Gorilla glue and let you all know how it goes.

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bottle cap trivet tutorial

I was pleased as punch when Jennifer asked me to be a part of the 12 gifts of Christmas blog hop! I was excited to learn I'd be in good company too, just have a look at this line up! Friday, October 14- Jennifer/ Ellison Lane Quilts Saturday, October 15- Ayumi/Pink Penguin Sunday, October 16- Amy/ Lots of Pink Here Monday, October 17- Faith/Fresh Lemons Quilts Tuesday, October 18- Penny/Sew Take a Hike Wednesday, October 19- Kati/From the Blue Chair Thursday, October 20- Lee/Freshly Pieced Friday, October 21- Elizabeth/Don't Call Me Betsy Saturday, October 22- Melanie/Texas Freckles Sunday, October 23- Lindsay/Craft Buds Monday, October 24- Amanda/A Crafty Fox Tuesday, October 25-Vanessa/Little Big Girl Studio Each blog will be posting an awesome gift tutorial, and having a giveaway for a GC to a fabric shop. Make sure and leave a comment on Jennifer's tutorial for a chance to win the grand prize of a $250 GC to the fabric worm! On to the tutorial! I had been saving bottle caps all summer (we drink a lot of Reed's Extra Ginger beer around here. It's non-alcoholic and if you like ginger, you won't be disappointed if you pick some up!) for a trivet, and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to make sure I actually made something with them instead of well, you know, just having good intentions to make something with them! What you will need: 28 bottle caps 30 mm clover yoyo maker 28 fabric circles approximately 3.25" round (I used 12 pink ones for the points and 16 scrappy ones for the center square) needle and thread and a water soluble pen What you will do: 1. Arrange your bottle caps and choose and cut your fabrics. 2. Using a double threaded needle, make your fabric covered caps by making a yoyo, and right before you cinch your thread and tie your knot, insert the bottle cap right side down into the yoyo. Finish cinching your thread and tie your knot. Make sure you don't pull on the thread too hard, or it might break. Hide the thread tail in the yoyo by reinserting the needle into the same area that the knot is in, and pull the needle through the yoyo edge. Cut the thread close to the yoyo. 3. Lay your bottle caps out in a pleasing manner and mark on the top of the...

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Paint, Bottle Caps, and Buttons, Too!

This morning I got a sweet serving of holiday cheer while helping my daughter’s class make Christmas ornaments. The sun streamed brightly through the windows and skylights, and even though an almo…

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