I love the bottle cap magnets I keep on my chalk board, but I decided to do more with bottle caps. I save them whenever we have bottle drinks so I have quite a collection. Here's how to do it!
First, cut small circles from scrapbook paper. Next, brush Mod Podge inside the bottle cap and place your paper inside. Mod Podge can be brushed on the top of the paper too to seal it. Pour Glossy Accents into the bottle cap. Glossy Accents is a pretty cool product. Just be sure to NOT shake the bottle and to move very slowly to avoid air bubbles.
Use E-6000 glue to attach your bottle caps, you can also use craft glue, but E-6000 should last longer.
The next morning the Glossy Accents dries to a hard, clear, glossy finish! So pretty! What an inexpensive and fun Christmas gift for neighbors, teachers or visiting teachers! Think ahead and start making them now! What else could you glue the bottle caps to?
I bought my E-6000 on sale for 30% off and had a 40% off coupon for the Glossy Accents... both products seem a little pricey, but if you can use coupons they aren't bad. Plus, they make a ton of projects!
You know me and hair accessories! I GUESS you could make them for the little girls in your life... I make hair things for myself and occasionally let my daughters borrow them!
I attached the bottle cap to an old hair clip. These would make super fun Christmas gifts as well! It would be really easy to drill a hole in the bottle cap and make a necklace or earrings too!