Friday

How to make bottle cap embellishments.



Bonjour! Today I'm sharing how to make bottle cap embellishments! :)

Feel free to post any questions in the comments section OR if you are on Facebook, post them on Do more with less's Facebook Page [I just started this page and would love some support! Come "like" my blog!]


Step 1: Cut around the circumference of a twist-and-turn bottlecap to create "petals".

Step 2: Apply adhesive to bottle cap and glue baker's twine around the bottle cap. Add wrinkle ribbon around the outer circumference.

Thank you

Step 3: Add embellishment to your card.

Supplies: Kraft cardstock, Pink Cat Studio digital image, stickles, wrinkle ribbon, SRM sticker, Gauche Alchemy embellishments, bottle cap, baker's twine.



Step 1: Cut scrap paper to fit bottle cap. Arrange the embellishments in the bottle cap and adhere with glossy accents.


Step 2 : Add stickers and adhere to layout.

The start of the wonder years
And that's how you make fun bottle cap embellishments! :)

Supplies: Patterned paper - Dream Street Papers, SRM, Cosmo Cricket and E.A.D designs stickers, Gauche Alchemy embellishments, ribbon, buttons and American Crafts thickers.

Phew! I survived one week of upcycled projects..yay me! :) Did you enjoy the projects?

In case you missed any of my week-long upcycled projects...here are the links to them..

I'm planning some fun activities next on the Do more with less Facebook Page...just as soon as I learn how to navigate...*LOL*

P/s: Don't forget about my guest Elizaveta's vintage-inspired challenge! And have the most amazing weekend friends! :)

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37 comments:

Vasu said...

wow!! simply awesome....love it....totally do...looks so much fun....u r amazing Yvonne :)



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Rose said...

love your bottle cap embellies :)
what do you use to adhere them to the paper so they last?

have loved this week :) hope you do more in the future :)

Dora said...

This post is so fun, never thought this can be this beautiful!

Smita said...

Super cute! Looks doable by poor me too i guess. Itching to get back to crafting now :)

TFS! Loved your other tutorials too..

Hugs,
Smita

snehal watwe welde said...

Thanks these are fab ideas

Evelin said...

love your ideas!

And your projects are gorgeous! :)

Karuna said...

Great tutorials... i'll be getting my Glossy Accents soon. Can wait to try this one out :)

Rajaa said...

Good ideas...nice work

aussiescrapper said...

Oh Yvonne, this is a fantastic tute, thank you so much, I just love this, those cards are just gorgeous, this is so creative. I am not on face book but so hope you do well. Love MElxx

sherryann (aka Sherry Eckblad) said...

the card is adorable and so is the layout. Thanks for another great tutorial, I can't wait to try this one too.

annieambriel said...

Super fun project.. love the cap ideas.. thanks for sharing :D.. Love teh card :)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So AWESOME Yvonne! I just loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee these! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Laurel said...

You amaze me everyday! Love what you did with the bottle cap on the layout!

~amy~ said...

..and what a fabbie week it has been...love that you ended it with bottle caps...I have a ton of them so thank you for the wonderful inspiration...happy friday!

lotte chew said...

wow wow wow~~~~ you're talented & creative

Craftylicious said...

awesomeness gurl!!! those bottle caps look fun!!! thanks for sharing such a cool idea!! esp love how u used it as a date ;) so clever!! :)

Jocelyn said...

Wow, wow, wow! I love the ideas for the bottlecaps and how different these ideas are. The PCS card is ADORABLE! Love the colors in the LO.

Angi @ CokiePop said...

EEEK I love this. You are so crafty clever. Must try this soon!

RiNNE said...

Super cute! Love the sun bottle cap!

Spardha said...

Awesome tutorial!.. i LOVE the bottle caps and the way you use them in your projects! :D
thanks for sharing! :D
and congratulations!.. i LOVED the upcycling week! :D

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh great, one more fantastic idea to go into my "inspiration folder", thanks for sharing!!! You are simply brilliant!!!!

re: thanks for the birthday wish! : )

Trotter said...

Hi Yvonne! Sorry for the absence, but the season has been too busy here in Lisbon...

Amazing the things you create!!!

Blogtrotter Two is gone to Corsica... Enjoy and have a superb weekend!!

Sharon said...

so cute! :)

Blossom inch said...

aha...i did the same...so fun right!

Alice Wertz said...

you are so amazingly talented, girl! i LOVE everything you posted this week and i learn a lot! thanks for all the fabulous projects you shared. hope you have a beautiful weekend! =)

Lynnda Hosni said...

Awesome Yvonne... you end with a great tute!! YAY.... I must give it a go... thank you so much...truly enjoy the whole week of FUN!!!such a cute and fab LO and the card is cute...hugs...xoxo

Marit said...

You must be the recycling queen Yvonne! Great work!

littleredcraftingcorner said...

ooo I love bottle cap embelishments...never got round to making my own....god im like the worst crafter EVER :-( hmmm making bottle cap embelishments gives me and excuse to drink lots of glass bottled cola though :-D WOOOO

Theresa said...

such a cute way to use those bottle caps. so creative.
=)

MsVeve said...

very creative!

MirjamC said...

oh wow....i have missed alot of your great work! i really love the upcycled projects yvonne! you're so creative!

dstandard said...

What an amazing idea - great tutorial!

papertrails leaver said...

loving this tut! What a great idea! You are blooming with creativity! Love it!

Ujjwal said...

This is such a cool way to upcycle! I gotta try this out!

Julie E said...

Oooo, there you go getting creative on me :>) Super fun embellies!

Esma said...

This is a cool idea. I never thought of it! Tnx for sharing :)

Rob Feckler said...

This is a very creative way of reusing caps, and it would look pretty well along with my other cap collections. Now that's a low-cost way of doing art, and it sure looks fun! Thanks for the creative idea! Keep 'em flowing!

Rob Feckler

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