Bottle Cap Christmas Tag


Bottle Cap Christmas Tag


With the help of a star and a scrapbook-covered bottle cap, create a gorgeous holiday tag for any Christmas gift. These cute tags also make fantastic Christmas ornaments.

Bottle Cap Christmas Tag


  • STYROFOAM Brand Foam:
    • Star, 4" x 1/2"
  • Metallic Silver Leafing Pen
  • Red/green scrapbook papers: stripes; square dots
  • Green card stock
  • "Tis the Season" bottle cap
  • Red satin ribbon, 1/8" x 1/4 yd.
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Compass
  • Hole punches: 1/4"; 3/4"
  • Scissors
  • Craft knife
  • Adhesives: craft-foam glue; embellishing glue; glue stick
  • Optional: Paper trimmer


  1. Follow paint pen manufacturer's instructions to color edges of foam star; let dry completely.
  2. Trace star onto back of dot paper and cut out. Use craft-foam glue to adhere paper to front of foam star. Lightly color paper edges with paint pen; let dry.
  3. Use embellishing glue to adhere bottle cap to center of star; set aside to dry.
  4. Use compass to draw 5-1/2" circle onto card stock; cut out.
  5. Measure and cut one 6" long striped-paper strip in each of the following widths: 3/8"; 1/4"; 5/8". Use glue stick to adhere strips to circle; refer to photo for placement. Trim excess, following curved edges.
  6. Punch one 3/4" circle from striped paper; glue to card stock above largest strip. Punch 1/4" hole through center of 3/4" circle. Loop ribbon through punched hole; knot ends.
  7. Use craft-foam glue to adhere star to center of circle.

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How about using an old CD for the 5 1/2 in circle. That way the back is really shiney.

Love this idea! Thank you for sharing!

I made this. It's kind of big. You don't realize what 51/2" looks like until you cut it out. I couldn't find styrofoam stars anywhere. I used 6mm foam sheet. It worked great. I changed it up a bit. I used my left over Close to My Heart papers instead. Other than that, this is a great project.


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