Craft Ideas Using Syringe Caps?

I am diabetic, so I end up with gazillions of those little semi-transparent offwhite syringe caps. I just toss them. Is there a craft I can make with them? Some sort of glue I could use that won't melt them? I could make some sort of sculpture like Hawk Eye of Mash fame did with tongue depressors. Tee hee!

Any ideas?

By Tracy

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April 20, 20121 found this helpful

How about glue them on painted card squares to make coasters.

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July 23, 20130 found this helpful

I have hundreds of orange and white caps. I like miniatures, so they make great flower pots (you can put little flowers in with glue and miss, etc.). Mugs and Steins by adding handles made of femo. I wish I could think of something else.

If holes could be made in them, they could be used as beads or? They are very sturdy, if you stacked them, they could probably hold up a shelf or something.

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May 3, 2012

I wonder if any of you can come up with an idea for using the white "syringe caps" that I have left after giving myself insulin. I toss several dozen per month. They are strong, sturdy, and small. Surely something could be made with them.


By JazzyMe from Los Angeles, CA


February 28, 20180 found this helpful

I tried gluing them to the bottom of a cutting board, so it would be a little higher off the counter. But no glue was strong enough to hold onto the wood.

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November 26, 20180 found this helpful

Try gorilla glue!!

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April 1, 20201 found this helpful

Try heating a needle and pushing it thru the cap to make a hole. Using fishing line and caps, make wind chimes, or earrings, or necklaces, or bracelets, etc.

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November 23, 20210 found this helpful

What about using the clear plastic tops of the needle for a wall lamp in a miniature doll house

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