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out of a bottle cap! This would make a really cool 3 dimensional project. What to put in the bird cage? Possibilities are endless...

Bottle cap art- I love this. I want to make a giant one for the play room

Cool idea. I'm thinking do a coaster set featuring a local brewery's brews. Lefthand, Oskar Blues, Boulder Beer, New Belgium, etc

Nonprojected visual.Recycling project: plastic bottle caps...This concept can be redeveloped... Students can produce works representing the shapes of states. The recycling of everyday objects into art is a great hands on activity with little to no cost for the classroom.

Pin Collection Display: Great idea for all of those pins I have collected over the years that I didn't know how to display but didn't want to get rid of. Too cute! Also saw a guitar shape at a Hard Rock Cafe in Destin, Florida that is a great inspiration as a design for all of the Hard Rock Pins I've collected.

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10 ideas for DIY Christmas gifts, but these would work year-round these are a must for the man cave!

Bottle cap coasters....what!!! Very cool idea! Can make these for very cheap instead on buying!

bottle cap...how cute...you would have to be really easy opening the bottles so they wouldn't be bent at all...

ACRYLIC WATER: "Next, I used what is called acrylic water to pour over the caps. Now this 2 part epoxy is sold at HL and Michael's, but I found it the cheapest at Walmart, in their Floral Dept. I followed the directions, mixing the compounds and poured it on. It's self-leveling, which is great! The tough part was waiting the 48 hours..."