35 Bottle Cap Crafts


35 Bottle Cap Crafts

On the hunt for that beer bottle cap necklace? We've got you covered.


Bottle Cap Crafts

Why throw away plastic and metal bottle caps when you could use them to create something beautiful and new? 

Bottle caps make up the foundation of a variety of craft projects that everyone in the family can enjoy. You'll find water bottle cap crafts and beer bottle cap ideas in this collection.

Fashion a recycled dog treat container, make a bottle cap coaster for the family room, or inspire your family members during the holidays with bottle cap ornaments. There are so many wonderful ideas to inspire you below. Once you get your mind going, there’s no end to the kinds of bottle cap crafts you can make.

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Plastic Bottle Cap Projects

Mini Cupcake Pin Cushions

Bottle cap crafts like this sweet little pin cushion are so cute to give as little gifts to family and friends!  Attach it to a bracelet to create a gift for those people who like to sew and hem clothing.

Bottle Cap Coaster

Bottle cap craft ideas, like this colorful wall decor, are a great way to use small items around your house.  The great thing about this project is that you can also use up marbles, washers, and other little finds!

How to Make Bottle Cap Wall Art

Kids will loving making this project that's perfect for a rainy day.  Take old milk bottle caps in an array of colors and put together flower shapes. It's fun to make and a good excuse to recycle bottle caps!

Recycled Treat Containers

Here bottle caps make up the nose, eyes and name tag of adorable dog-and-cat treat containers.  This is a great bottle cap project for any pet lover that kids can help make too.

Milk Bottle Cap Ornament

Bottle cap projects can be festive, too! Take plastic bottle caps and turn them into ornaments by hanging them up with green-and-red ribbon.

Bottle Cap Snake Toy

Looking for a fun toy that's eco-friendly? Make a Bottle Cap Snake Toy! Kids will love this recycled craft.

Bottle Cap Wreath

Here are some quick and thrifty instructions on how to make a decorative wreath. Recycle those old bottle caps into a beautiful bottle cap wreath for an eco-chic holiday!

Glittery Bottle Cap Magnets

Turn a boring fridge into a sparkly surface with Glittery Bottle Cap Magnets. This colorful project is simple and fun - make a bunch and create cool designs!

Bottle Cap Doll

This cute fairy is made with a plastic bottle cap.  Crafts like this are great for little girls and look cute when attached to greeting cards or gift packages.

Recycled Tic Tac Toe Game

Ideas like this tic tac toe game, are so easy to create and fun to take on family vacations or a road trip.  Crafts with bottle caps make for easy and inexpensive toys for kids of all ages!

Adorable Bottle Cap Lady Bug

Ideas like this fun Lady Bug are great because you can turn them into anything you want, from bottle cap jewelry to fun and friendly magnets!

Bottle Cap Bugs

Jump into the recycle bin and gather up all the materials you'll need to create these cute Bottle Cap bugs!  These little guys would look so cute poking out of your garden!

Plastic Bottle Cap Bird

This is such a fun project for parents to do with the kids. Learn how to turn simple bottle caps into a precious creature!

Fluffy Felt Owl

Two white bottle caps are needed to make the eyes on this fluffy felt owl!

Happy Felt Bats

Use bottle caps to prop up these cute felt bats at Halloween time!

Beer Bottle Caps Crafts

Bottle Cap Wine Glass Charms

Create pretty wine class charms to dress up wine glasses during an evening dinner party.  Play with the paper choice and bottle caps to make different varieties depending on the occasion.

Bottle Cap Crosses

Mix bottle caps with memories with this cute bottle cap project.  Size copies of family photos or loved ones to fit bottle caps and make crosses to hang as decorations or to give away as gifts.

Crochet Beer Cap Hot Pad

Who would have thought beer bottle caps would be used with a crochet pattern!  Impress your friends with these unique and colorful hot pads as gifts or make some to stock up your own kitchen.  Don't worry if you don't have 19 beer caps around, play with the project and try using water bottle lids instead.

Bottle Cap Mixed Media Necklace

Instead of throwing away your bottle caps, turn them into a creative bottle cap necklace craft! This Bottle Cap Mixed Media Necklace is a great way for using recycled metals for making jewelry, and the necklace gives your wardrobe a vintage-like vibe for unique recycled jewelry.

Glittery Buttons

Looking to craft with some beer bottle caps? Get them glittery and glitzy with this Glittery Buttons tutorial!  You can use these colorful decorative bottle caps on jewelry, paper crafts, and much more!

Harry Potter Bottle Cap Pendants

Did you know you can purchase pendants that look like metal bottle caps? Follow this tutorial to make the easiest necklace ever that's bottle cap-inspired.

Bottle Cap Christmas Art

Grab a handful of beer bottle caps and turn then into a mini Christmas tree to display for festive wall art.

Recycled Bottle Cap Flower Garden Stake

Make one of these adorable flowers for your garden and give another to a friend who happens to have a green thumb. You'll love the end result and will feel extra proud of yourself for helping the planet.

Bottle Cap Cabinet Knobs

This is such a wild project for making a rustic and cool dresser or cabinet. There's something about this tutorial that makes you think of a 50s diner!

Spooky Bottle Cap Monsters

Make this Halloween craft with the kids and hand these out with candy to trick or treaters.

A Garden of Bottle Caps

Make adorable floral magnets for the fridge and turn your kitchen into a flower garden when you make this adorable project.

Mini Bottle Cap Birdcage

This is one of the sweetest bottle cap crafts I've seen! Use a metal bottle cap as the base and make a miniature birdcage!

Bottle Cap Christmas Tag

For the holidays, make your gifts stand out with a homemade bottle cap gift tag.  This cute technique can be used to make bookmarks, ornaments or decorative wall hangings.

Disney Princess Bottle Cap Necklaces

For young women who dream of being a princess, learn how to make these darling bottle cap necklaces!

Cheese Grater Owl

Make a super cute decoration for the outdoor garden using materials from around the house. An old stainless cheese grater, some mason jar lids, bottle caps, a tree branch, and copper wire was all that was needed to create this little guy.

Bottlecap Shamrock Keychain

This is a nice project to make in bulk because it's inexpensive and it doesn't take much more time to make a half dozen than it does to make one.

3 D Card with Filmstrip Ribbon

A bottle cap is a beautiful embellishment for your next handmade greeting card!

More Bottle Cap Crafts

From juice lids to coverings for any other bottles, the projects below are simply stunning!

Bottle / Jar Cap Ornaments

Beautiful miniatures paired with bottle caps, tinsel, and other findings make for simply darling Christmas ornaments!

Valentine Plastic Lid Photo Frame

Make a sweet gift for someone on Valentine's Day! Conversation Hearts and a recycled lid frame propped up with bottle caps are the essential supplies you need.

Recycled Wood Trees

Starbucks bottle tops become the stands for these rustic wood trees, gorgeous for any Christmas mantel!

What will you make out of bottle caps?

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For Joy Lynn. To get the pattern you wanted for the bottle cap triviets, just scroll down from under the pictures and click on Crochet Beer Caps Hot Pad in the green print, and the pattern will come up. They are easy to crochet, and yes they are sewn together in rows, and then the rows are sewn together on the backside. I crochet a loop at the top so one can hang them on the wall until needed for use. The directions just say to sew together, but I found one pattern that said to sew them together by sewing just 5 stitches of each cap together. So that is what I do.

where do i find the pattern for the crochet covered bottle caps shown? looks like they are sewn together to make hot pads.


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