Spray painted bottle caps, paint a tray white, arrange dry caps on dried tray, next used "acrylic water" to pour over the caps. 2 part epoxy is sold at HL & Michael's, but it is cheapest at Walmart, in Floral Dept. Follow the directions, mix the compounds and pour it on. It's self-leveling. Wait 48 hours, it cannot be disturbed at all! The acrylic hardens & is ready for use! So cute! Also use buttons, pennies or peppermints for Christmas. Bottlecap, Sprays Painting, Bottle Caps, Beer Cap, Head Of Garlic, Painting Bottle, At Walmart, Cap Trays, Acrylics Water
Wow! We always have things posted on our fridge. How fun to create mini photo magnets out of bottle caps that will serve a dual purpose -- display photos while holding up school artwork or to-do lists!
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...
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.