Plastic Bottle Cap Mural
art actually: bottle cap mural.
Mount Scott Elementary Parent Teachers Oranization
Bottle-Cap Mosaic Collect bottle caps and rough up back with sand paper and x-acto knife to help glue, stick to canvas. Glue caps on with Collage Pouge. Glue smaller caps inside larger caps with a plastic glue. Start in middle of canvas. May need support in middle of canvas so it won't sag while it is drying. May fill some of the caps with acrylic paints. Let dry for several days. wall art, bottle caps, craft, plastic bottles, bottle cap art, earth day, mosaic, art projects, kid
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The Rocky Mount Telegram
Funny, easy crafts that use discarded household items are some of my favorite things. Make your own Faux Animal Head Taxidermy using detergent bottles, orange juice or milk jugs. Kids get the biggest kick out of these! Perfect for VBS or just a rainy day craft with the kids. bottles kids craft, plastic bottles, animal heads, recycled bottles, kid rooms, kids craft animals, diy anim, plastic bottle crafts for kids, rainy day crafts
DIY Animals Love the idea :o)
Think through the details!
Caps and lids matching game - great way to reuse for #EarthDay or put letters on and kids have to turn them over to find letters, maybe even put magnets on back so they can stick to a nu view board bottle caps, memori, multiplication facts, memory games, children, bottles, earth day, match game, kid
Matching game with recycled caps
Allison Stilwell is the artist who does the "Recycled Heads" found in Cloth, Paper, Scissors magazine. She has a short video of how she uses plastic shopping bags, melted with a head gun, to make the base for her heads. Then gel medium and decoupage on top. recycl head, shopping bags, cloth paper, paper scissor, papers, the artist, recycl art, allison stilwel, sculptur idea
Allison Stilwell is the artist who does the "Recycled Heads" found in Cloth, Paper, Scissors magazine. She has a short video of how she uses plastic shopping bags, melted with a head gun, to make the base for her heads. Then gel medium and decoupage on top.
Allison Stilwell: Recycled Heads in Cloth Paper Scissors
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Bottle Cap Handle