Celebrate each bottle you pop open with these super fun beer bottle caps crafts! Don’t toss them in the trash, save them instead!
Send a message to party goers with a chalkboard framed with bottle caps from your favorite brews!
This is kind of a trickier DIY project, but I love the ingenuity behind recycling plastic water bottle caps! What a fun accessory for a kid’s room!
Make a wooden letter (this one was purchased at Michael’s) truly unique with crushed bottle caps! Figuring out a way to crush them might be a little tough, but I bet a train track might come in handy! 😉
Kidding…kidding! Use a hammer instead!
Remember the important moments in your life by saving the bottle caps from your brews…and cover them with your favorite photos! Here, a couple remembers their wedding! No one will ever forget when their anniversary is!
I’ve never seen a MORE colorful wind chime! Use a set of pliers and some jump rings to attach the bottle caps to one another. There are over 150 different bottle caps on this wind chime!
I’m a sucker for a cold bottle of Grape soda…and these earrings. If you aren’t a fan of long, dangly earrings, you can skip the chain extension on the bottom of the bottle caps.
Have your kids make a clock for Father’s Day! Use your old bottle caps (painted with numbers, or whatever you would like!) and this clock-making kit from Amazon.
Use jump rings and pliers to attach your bottle caps together in the shape of a cube. Use one brand of soda or beer per each cube shaped key chain. I guarantee you’ll never misplace your house key again!
Make your old mirror look a little bit country, and a little bit rustic! Use hot glue to attach your bottlecaps onto the mirror.
Bring a little “country chic” to your mantlepiece with a DIY garland. All you’ll need is your favorite ribbon and your trusty hot glue gun.
How many times have each one of you misplaced your wedding ring? I lost mine for a week not too long ago, and wanted to be sick. It felt strange with such a naked finger! After painting, turn your bottle caps over and secure them to a piece of plastic, or an old 2×4. This would look adorable on ANY dresser top.
Direct your guests to your drink bar with this fun bottle cap garland! Cover the front in chalk paint and handwrite your own drink station sign!