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Mrs. Art Teacher!: every cap counts-our bottle cap mural...a really nice recap of how one of these murals went for one teacher. Has some good tips if you plan to attempt one of these yourself!

Mrs. Art Teacher!: every cap counts-our bottle cap mural

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Whew, I finished this one wall at school this week! All bottle caps!

BRIGHT EYES- Bottle Cap Art simple pattern paper inside caps....

BRIGHT EYES- Bottle Cap Art simple pattern paper inside caps....

Italy

Eat, Pray, Love Italia Edition

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Bottle cap art - Garden Art - love this!

DIAMOND DAZE- Bottle Cap Art. $425.00, via Etsy.

Recycled plastic bottlecap art

5th grade bottle top mosaic...in front of the art room doors

apple core bottle top mural

Bottle cap mural.... Windmills.

First attempt at a bottle cap mural!

Bottle cap/lid recycling art project for our troop this Spring! From Art With Mr. E's blog...

Art With Mr. E: Bottle Cap Mural : In Progress

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art actually: bottle cap mural.

art actually: bottle cap mural.

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Adventures of an Art Teacher: Art Lab at the Mulvane

Adventures of an Art Teacher: Art Lab at the Mulvane

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26 Steps to Creating A Bottle Cap Installation

Art Project Girl: 26 Steps to Creating A Bottle Cap Installation

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Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists: "what are you doing with all those caps?"

Tutorial: plastic bottle cap wall art

BluKatKraft: How to Make an Upcycled Plastic Bottle Cap Mosaic

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collaborative work

shine brite zamorano: round and round.

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My class made this mandala-inspired art! We're auctioning it off to raise money for our school.

neat!

recycled bottle top mosaics - love the idea of doing Kadinsky

bottle cap art

Bottle cap mural at my school done by students and our fabulous artist/art teacher.

Group project? Every child in the school used an allocated colour to draw three images or patterns. Staff and parents constructed ‘The Tree of Life’ using these drawings. The colours depicted the ever-changing colour spectrum of our lives.