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Spooky Bottle Cap Monsters

You may scream with delight when you see these adorable Spooky Bottle Cap Monsters! Made using only a few simple materials, these mini monsters are great for embellishing other Halloween projects or turning into magnets for your fridge. This is a great project for kids and something fun and easy to do during a blistery afternoon. With Halloween quickly approaching, this is one fun last-minute craft idea that's sure to please little hands and big ones alike!

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Beginner

SeasonFall

Materials:

  • Bottle caps
  • Purple, green & orange cardstock
  • 1” circle punch
  • Metal wire
  • Two sizes of toy eyes
  • Black pen

 

Instructions:

  1. Punch 1” circles from cardstock.
     
  2. Create monster faces with combination of different size eyes. Add different shaped mouths with black pen.
     
  3. Create hair from metal wire: Cut pieces from metal wire and glue to the back of the bottle cap with tape. Cover with a 1” circle. Shape the metal wire to create curls, straight or crazy shapes.
     
  4. Use the bottle caps as party favors, napkin holders, decoration or embellishments for scrapbook layouts and cards.

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I DID scream with delight when I saw these, but then I got an angry knock on my apartment door. It was the neighbors. They weren't delighted by my scream. This is a really cool project. It sounds so simple, too. You could probably make a game out of it and mark the bottle cap monsters for a scavenger hunt or something.

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