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Below, we have made a photo collection of 16 crafts that you can do with the use of bottle cap. From cool wall decorations, picture frames, mirror frames, candle holders, bowls to a whole table and chair designs out of bottle caps. These ideas will definitely inspire you not to throw the cap, the next time you open a new bottle of beer or soda. Check them and get inspired to do some creative things for your home out of bottle caps. Enjoy and stay up to date with us to find more useful content on crafts you can do out of everyday objects!
Creative bottle cap ideas (Recycle crafts). I am amazed how crafty people are! Ever imagined there will be tons of smart projects you can make by recycling bottle caps? Well I found a treasure of beautiful handmade crafts to try. There are tables, wind chimes, wreath and wall art tutorials to name a few. Now there is a reason to collect bottle caps.
These will be best to try in winter.When it’s snowy outside.
You can also keep the kids busy creating snow man, trees and ornaments using bottle caps.
There is always a treasure of beautiful handmade crafts to try. So many options are available out there. DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful.
We have seen how to reuse old picture frames, old pennies, how to do makeover of your garden.
Now its time to so something else. Let’s think about some DIY eco-friendly projects.
So in this post we have collected some of the best ways to upcycle Bottle Caps.
These DIY ideas are in your budget as we are sure you can find someone willing to let bags and bags of bottle caps go for free or for a minimal price.
With bottle caps you can decorate old tables, can make wind chimes, wreath and wall art. Have a look
Ways to Upcycle Bottle Caps are some of the eco-friendly projects that are available here on All Women Stalk. The methods of upcycling bottle caps that we will feature here cover home decor and accessories. Some of these may require a gazillion bottle caps but I'm sure you can find someone willing to let bags and bags of them go for free or for a minimal price. Take note that these bottle caps DIY projects will require either the plastic caps or the ones similar to #beer lids.
1. RETRO WALL CLOCK
Isn't this fab? I will make a separate list of creative wall clocks but I had to include this here. This projects shows that if you don't want your bottle cap DIY projects to #look too DIY, spray painting them is a top option.
2. FLY CURTAIN
I find these incredibly pretty. This particular way to upcycle bottle caps will require a good number of plastic caps and a huge chunk of your #time. Head on over to the tutorial for the steps and complete list of materials.
3. BOTTLE CAP TRAY
Here is another proof that spray painting bottle caps is always a classy idea. I love the colors that Michelle used here; aren't they summer lovely?
Now THIS is the perfect backsplash for a household that loves #beer. Doing this is pretty easy, too. "Just adhere the caps like you would tiles and then grout and seal." Fantastic!
5. BOTTLE CAP CANDLES
I die from the cuteness! These are great for displays but you can burn them, too, of course. If you add scents, you'd be upcycling bottle caps in a pretty cool way.
6. PIN CUSHION RING
I sew so I will most likely tackle this bottle cap upcycling project soon. I know I have ring bases somewhere in my bead boxes.
We do live in a consumerist society where money and assets have become our primary goal in life but just because we buy new things everyday it does not mean the old ones are useless.Find creative ways to reuse them, adapt their function and obtain new beautiful; items for your home and garden.Obtain beautiful wine bottle centerpieces or glass lamps and chandeliers; cut them to make candle holders and unique food plates. Just let your imagination do the work for you and be creative.
But first lets start with some methods of cutting glass bottles
Cutting glass might seem difficult and quite terrifying actually but the truth is the methods we’ll present below are very easy and are guaranteed to work every time.
Cutting the bottle using a flame
Score the bottle.
Use a glass cutter or a glass drill bit to score a line.Find a support system to hold the bottle in place and draw a perfect line or just freehand it if you have a steady hand.
Heat the bottle.
Heat the line that you made with the glass cutter. You can use a small candle or a small butane torch. Focus the heat directly along the score line, and constantly rotate the bottle to get even coverage.
Dip the bottle in cold water.
After 5 minutes of heating the bottle, dip the end you are breaking off in cold water. Add optional ice to the water.
Repeat the process.
The bottle might not break on the first try so repeat the heating and cooling process until you get the bottle cut.
Sand the edges.
Use a rough square of sandpaper to clean the glass edges until you are certain you will not cut yourself on those edges.
Empty tin cans are great material for various handmade arts and crafts projects.
Below you can find various recycling tutorials.
You can make lamp shade, Windsock, stationary holder, cake stand out of tin cans.
Recycling of empty tins is a great eco-friendly approach to contribute something back to society.
You can find step by step detailed guide below. Some of these projects will definitely take some time.
And guys here we are not encouraging you to increase you tin can food intake.
We would rather advise you to consume tin can food as little as possible and start eating organic food as its very healthy in nature.
The purpose of this article is to give idea, what all things can be done from your already existing empty tin cans.
We hope you will enjoy this round up. Have a look and enjoy.
Some of the best creative projects are inspired by the things around us. Playing on this concept, a surge in the upcycling trend has taken hold of the DIY community. Commonly discarded items are now transformed into works or art, giving new meaning to the phrase “trash to treasure.” One household item with a lot of design potential is the tin can. Whether left over from your morning coffee habit or a friendly reminder of last night’s dinner, tin cans are a creative design lover’s dream. Here are a few projects that use the kitchen favorite.
Featured on Wedding Obsession, these love-themed lanterns are pretty in pastel hues. The mix and match design of numbers and words gives this DIY just the right amount of eclectic charm. You can easily adapt this project to any occasion. Use the lanterns for the date for a birthday bash or spell out a name for a baby shower.
Coffee cans get a spooky makeover with this DIY by Piera of Jolly Mom. The black paint puts all visual attention on the light design, making the message really pop in the darkness of the night. Paint the inside of the can in gold or yellow for a traditional Halloween decor flair.
Coffee can tin lanterns Tin Treasures: DIY Projects That Use Recycled Cans
Looking for a stylish, green DIY? Emily of Inhabitat made a beautiful summer light display from a few upcycled cans. Left in their original metallic form, these lanterns will add glamour to your yard if lined along the sidewalk or edge of your porch.
If you’re looking for a fabulous tin can DIY, Brittni of Paper & Stitch has you covered- in fabric! This project is a great way to showcase fabric remnants that aren’t big enough for a larger project, or to incorporate expensive material while sticking to a budget. Mix and match geometric and more classic patterns, like these triangles and polka dots, to liven up your work space.
Tin cans covered in fabric
Love sea-inspired decor? Then jump aboard this project and take note. Bayside Bride took a nautical approach when transforming their tin cans into decor by wrapping it in rope. While simple in technique, this DIY is a great way to incorporate texture in a small space. If you’re feeling extra crafty, spray paint your rope beforehand for a pop of color.
Get your office in tip-top shape with this organizer from Shelterness. Tin cans get a minimalistic treatment with a sheet metal backing. For extra gloss and to reflect light, spray your cans with a shiny top coat and admire its brilliance.
Tin can desk organizer
Who needs pets when you can have these four-legged desk buddies? Allison of The 3 R’s Blog created charming desk organizers that will delight your inner animal lover. Aside from the aesthetics, the cork surface serves another purpose- a mini memo board. Use thumbtacks to stick memos to your cups- it’s a super handy way to keep ideas right at your fingertips.
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Vintage furniture that reuse and recycle old wood doors look interesting and original. Creative recycled crafts and furniture design projects offer great DIY bed headboard ideas and inspirations for modern tables recycling old wood doors. Lushome collection of beautiful and unique vintage furniture pieces from around the world demonstrate these smart and inexpensive ideas.
Vintage furniture, recycling wood doors, has unique charm and bring a romantic mood into interior decorating. Vintage furniture pieces, created with old wood doors, can personalize outdoor rooms and create striking focal points for outdoor home decorating. Recycled crafts, art and furniture design projects are wonderful, eco friendly and cheap ideas that give a new life to old wood doors.
Beautiful and strong wood doors can become console tables, bed headboards, dining tables, shelving units, nightstands and coffee tables in vintage style. Old doors are an excellent Green material for recycled crafts, art and furniture design projects that help decorate modern home interiors and outdoor rooms while saving money and demonstrating unique talents.
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Recycling wood doors for modern tables is simple and easy. Any interior or exterior wood door makes a perfect table top, adding unique vintage style to home furnishings. Console tables, nightstands and small coffee tables may use just a part of the wooden door. Dining tables and traditional size coffee tables recycle the entire wooden doors for their tops.
Recycled crafts, art and furniture design projects that create unique vintage pieces and recycle old wood doors are versatile, suitable for new interior design, home staging and modern interior design.
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DIY bed headboard ideas for recycling old wood doors are cheap and fun. DIY bed headboard ideas allow to experiment and create truly unique vintage pieces for bedroom decorating. There are so many DIY bed headboard ideas and wall decorations to reuse and recycle old wood doors for creating amazingly stylish, comfortable and unique vintage bedrooms. If you have antique furniture pieces or handmade designs for your bedroom decorating, your bed headboard made with an old wooden door will enhance the effect of antiquity and create harmonious, comfortable, beautiful and unique vintage decor in your bedroom.
Simple recycled crafts, art and furniture design projects can create impressive bed headboard designs, modern tables, nightstands, racks and shelves. Creative and Green ideas are unlimited. You can save money, enjoy yourself and decorate your home with amazing vintage furniture pieces, and even make money selling some items, while recycling old wood doors for home furnishings in vintage style.
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You should also make sure there are no sharp edges or small parts which may pose a choking hazard for younger kids. Simply make sure you use common sense before you use your imagination.Please enjoy this ever-growing list of great ideas for crafting green (recycling items you might normally throw away to create great craft projects, games, and more). Click on the desired item below to find a collection of great craft ideas.
Cardboard and Box Crafts
Crafts using cardboard pieces, corrugated boxes, household boxes, and show boxes
Cardboard Tube Crafts
Crafts using toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, and wrapping paper rolls
Compact Disk and Case Crafts
Crafts using old CDs and cd cases
Film Container and Pill Bottle Crafts
Crafts using film containers and pill bottles
Greeting Card Crafts
Crafts using cards from all occasions