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Making a Dish from Plastic Bottle Neck Rings

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We see a lot of crafts made using plastic bottle caps and portions of the bottles themselves. This one makes use of the neck only. You will find the step by step instructions and accompanying photos for making a useful bit of decor on this page.
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This is a cute little decorative dish you can make out of the plastic neck rings from bottles. I put mine by the front door for my keys. You can also build it higher with more bottles and make it a full on bowl. This is a fun and simple craft!

Total Time: 1 hour plus dry time if painting

Supplies:

  • empty plastic bottles
  • serrated knife
  • scissors
  • bowl
  • oil or Vaseline
  • hot glue gun with glue
  • paint (optional)

Steps:

  1. Use your serrated knife to cut the necks off the bottles.
  2. Trim any jagged edges with your scissors.
  3. Grease a bowl with a bit of oil or Vaseline so the hot glue is easy to peel off later.
  4. Place several bottle caps on the bottom so they make a nice base, then hot glue them together at the edges.
  5. Now start hot gluing the rings around the edges, working your way up the sides.
  6. Simply lift the dish out of the greased bowl. You can leave it clear, which is quite pretty too.
  7. I painted mine and left it to dry for a couple hours.
  8. Use it as upcycled decor or fill it up!
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August 21, 20191 found this helpful

Cute dish! Love the color you picked to paint this dish. :)

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August 21, 20191 found this helpful

Thank you! That's one of my favourite colours :D

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