Making a Bottle Cap Christmas Tree

Decorating the underside of bottle caps with holiday paper is the first step in making a cute Christmas tree that can also serve as a fridge magnet. This is a guide about making a bottle cap Christmas tree.
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December 20, 2010 Flag

An easy craft re-using bottlecaps and promotional magnets.

Approximate Time: Less than 1 hour

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I chose a wrapping paper that had a variety of items to punch out. I punched 12 1 inch circles from the wrapping paper and used Mod Podge to glue circles inside the caps.

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Once dry, I squeezed a small amount of varnish into each cap, then lightly sprinkled glitter while it was still wet. While the caps dried, I used a different wrapping paper and Mod Podge on the sheet magnet. After everything was dry, I used hot glue to glue the caps to the magnet in a Christmas tree shape.

By Jenn from Vineland, NJ

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