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Bottle Cap Christmas Art

By: Jaime from creatingreallyawesomethings.com
Bottle Cap Christmas Art
Bottle Cap Christmas Art
This image courtesy of creatingreallyawesomefreethings.com

Christmas is a time for cheer and creativity. If you want to avoid all those extra crafting expenses this Yuletide, consider making recycled Christmas craft ideas. Budget-friendly and a fantastic gift to Mother Earth, recycled art ideas like this Bottle Cap Christmas Art add cheer to your home without breaking the bank. This adorable piece of DIY wall art is perfect for seasonal decorating. Start saving up plastic bottle caps for this craft and have the perfect amount when it is time to create these cuties. Looking for a more adult version of this craft? Make it out of beer caps or wine corks!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting

Beginner

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

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So clever, I never would have thought to use bottle caps! If they are the metallic type, then they would,work for,heat resistance, but if you use the plastic kind that come on water bottles, this would be for decor only. Another option might be to,use a variety of green buttons, either tinted or painted, or of course, already green! Such a fun project, thanks for sharing!

Very good idea. You have some very talented and creative people working for this site. Now that I am retired I have time to make all of these great things. Might I add if you glue the caps onto a piece of cork board that you have cut into a tree shape, you can use it as a hot plate for your holiday dining table.

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