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I want a Basement bar so bad in my future home. Its such a good social place and I really like mixing drinks and entertaining! This is really great looking - love to have something like this!

ok, so i haven't decided if I like this, but for someone who drinks I think it just might be kinda spiffy...and something the neighbors wouldn't have! I think I'm not 100% sold on it personally because I don't drink; otherwise I might just like it. :) -db. | Bottlecap backsplash tile. Basement bar?

bottlecaps. Who remembers popping the cork liner out and putting tin lid on top of your shirt and pressing the cork in from underside to hold in place?

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I can'y believe I found such a good example! Jake and I have been saving for like 5 months to make a bar-top like this! If anyone has tops, contact me please! I would love more. :)

Bottle Cap Table with Poured Resin Surface I was thinking of covering an old table on the deck with mosaics but this is more fun.

Bottlecap backsplash tile. Fun idea for a basement bar.

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..."

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bottle cap candles, burn 1 to 1.5 hours ~ great for travel or to use when you're entertaining on the deck at night...soooo easy to make! These would make adorable little gifts bundled in a bag and tied with a string for stockings etc...

This would be so fun to save a few bottle caps from trips write the date on the inside and make a wind chime. Tutorial