Saturday, February 25, 2012

Bottle Cap Inc. Strikes Again!

Bottle Caps - small items with so many possibilities!  Here is a great video by Bottle Cap Inc., showing the many uses of one project!


Here are some we've had for a little while...I love how many options there are.  You can use them alone or combine with different products!



Above: Antiqued Silver Caps, Vintage Typewriter Alphabet, Petal Caps, Funky Alphabet 1, Mini Bottle Caps, Inspirational Epoxy Stickers, Flattened Black Bottle Caps, 1/16" Super Strong Magnets, 1" Super Strong Magnets, Vintage Crown Alphabet1" Cabochons, Paris Passport Images

In the video, E6000 was used - don't worry, we've got it if you want it!  : )

And now...the revealing of some NEW items we have from Bottle Cap Inc!  Yay!!

Vintage Circus images, Vintage Black Wood Bingo Tiles, Vintage Circus Alphabet, Vintage #2 Caps, Vintage #1 CapsDistressed Cap Multi-Pack

The Vintage #1 and #2 Bottle Caps are from real soda companies!  The companies have stopped carrying those brands, but had leftover bottle caps.  How cool to have little pieces of history! 


 Do you like blog candy by chance?  Just in case you do, I suppose we could give some away...hmm...how about a sampling of Bo Bunny's new 6 x 6 papers from the Ambrosia and Weekend Market collections?  
               
Please join our following and leave a comment about what you'd do with bottle caps for a chance to win!

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92 comments:

  1. I'd definitely use them on my canvas layout. thanks for the chance to win

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  2. Oh I adore BoBunny! Thanx for the candies!

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  3. Love these bottlecaps! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  4. What a fun and inspirational video. I'd use them as embellishments in boy cards.

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  5. Those epoxy stickers look very interesting! I collected bottle caps as a child, maybe I should return to my hobby :)

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  6. This is so fun! My kids would love to make some magnets:)

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  7. I'd like to make magnets and some rosette centers for cards... maybe the magnets IN the rosettes... hmmmm...

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  8. those bottle caps are just so adorable! thanks for sharing.

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  9. Love the video,bottlecap rocks!I would make magnets to give as lttle gifts.
    Love the paper pads!

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  10. I like bottlecaps and I would make magnets with them.
    Eveline.

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  11. I think I would make the bottle caps into magnets and use them on my cards for a little extra present! ;-)

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  12. I would use them as part of the layout title to some extra oomph...

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  13. Bottle caps? Hmmm, can you make jelwrey out of them. I suppose it could make a great flower center too.
    Laura

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  14. FAB VIDEO THESE ARE SO MUCH FUN AND WOW IM LOVING THOSE BOBUNNY PAPERS TOO I CAN THINK OF LOTS TO USE THEM ON THANKS XX

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  15. I am going to make favors for my sons graduation party with bottle caps. Either necklaces for Grandma & Aunts or mangnets, or both!
    Thanks for the chance to win
    Susan

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  16. fun bottle caps; and thanks for a chance to win some bo bunny goodies!

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  17. What a quick gift to make. Thanks for the video and for the chance to win some fun BoBunny papers.

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  18. I would put them on scrapbook layouts or cards!! Would LOVE some Bo Bunny paper!!

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  19. Oh how I wish to win some blog candy!!!! I have never worked with bottle caps before. I can imagine using them on my cards, altered projects AND for scrapbooking, though!

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  20. these bottle caps look so fab...would look great on LO!!!

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  21. Hi I would have them sitting on a stamped wall 3 D lol as when I was a kid we used to try and catapult them ! Memories :D

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  22. I would use the bottlecaps in place of buttons!

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  23. I'd love to make a fun layout with those cute bottle caps!

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  24. I think I'd make some magnets for my Secret Sister at church. She has a new baby and if I could get some photos, they would be fun to give her.

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  25. Love these....bet the would look adorable hanging on a necklace!!

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  26. What a quick easy way to create those cute bottlecap magnets. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  27. My daughter and I have been wanting to make jewelry with bottle caps. I love the magnet idea too , she could use them in her locker! Fun music too!

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  28. Thanks for the video for bottle caps. Didn't realize thre's a whole company just for bottle caps. Would love to win the Bo Bunny papers. They are pretty.

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  29. Thanks for the video for bottle caps. Didn't realize thre's a whole company just for bottle caps. Would love to win the Bo Bunny papers. They are pretty.

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  30. I haven't tried bottle caps...yet. Adorable papers too.

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  31. I think they would make cute trivets or coasters.

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  32. What fun - I am hunting around for bottle caps now!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  33. I would make gifts for end of the year Teacher gifts! How cute!!!!

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  34. love candy!!! and bottlecaps too

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  35. Such cool embellishments - perfect for vintage or birthday cards!
    Thanks for the inspiration and for the fabulous giveaway chance too!

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  36. Magnets, of course and maybe some embellishments for cards or a gift bag tag. There's lots of possibilities. Thanks for a chance to win the paper!

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  37. I would take them into my classroom, and let the kids make magnets with them. They love doing anything crafty! Thanks for sharing. Those new Bo Bunny lines look fabulous.

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  38. These look fun and I can imagine lots of possibilities with inch-sized digis to color. And those are super yummy papers! =)

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  39. I am already a follower. I would make magnets with my bottle caps. they look so easy!

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  40. Well that looks quick and easy! You always have such great ideas! Thanks!

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  41. I'd use them as embellishments on my steam punk cards, filling with washers embedded in glossy accents.

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  42. Love the video, they make lovely embellishments for cards also :)

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  43. I'd adhere a plain bottle cap to the centre of a large punched flower, fill it with aome micro beads & glitter then cover with Glossy Accents & allow to dry.
    Paula (PEP)
    Thanks for a chance of some BoBunny goodies.

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  44. Love the bottle caps! They are great for turning into pins, or as centers or flowers. So fun!

    Elaine Allen

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  45. I would probably use them with the mandalas I create.

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  46. My daughter and I like to make necklaces out of bottle caps.

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  47. bottle caps may be a challenge for me to start using....
    thanks for the chance to win

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  48. We always have things from school that HAVE to be showcased on the refridgerator, so my kids could make some magnets to hang the treasures up!

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  49. Fun video! I would use bottle caps to make magnets and some jewelry too.

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  50. I've never used bottle tops before, but I think they'd look great on cards and I'd love to try making some magnets!

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  51. Why yes, I do like blog candy! :P I haven't had a chance to use bottle caps yet, but they'd make a fun embellishment on a masculine card.

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  52. can't wait to try these bottle caps, loved the video, and thanks for the chance to win

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  53. A message board full of those lil cuties would be awesome! No ho hum magnets in this house! Speaking of which I know I have some bottle caps somewhere! I need to do some for my fridge! The kids can help!!!

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  54. Those bottle caps are darling. I'd make magnets with some!!

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  55. I need to try these and make some magnets! Thanks for an opportunity to win some BoBunny!!

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  56. I would use the bottle caps on cards,
    using them instead of buttons, or add also as magnets for people to reuse.
    Absolutely love the papers. I hope I am able to win too.
    Hugs
    Linda

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  57. I'd make personalized magnets for all the grand kids! thanks for the chance to win! pboszko at optimum dot net

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  58. yes yes these are SOOOOOO FUN! I have some and cant wait to try them out...and yes yes...luv me some new paper...toss my name in that hat please! ty for a chance...

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  59. I'd use bottle caps to make unique three dimensional centres for flowers on cards and on scrapbook pages. Gotta love BoBunny papers!

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  60. Awesome tutorial! I would like to make some little award badges with bottle caps...ribbon hanging down and the inside of the caps decorated with patterned paper and embellies! Hmmm....thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  61. I would use the passport collection to deck out my cards and layouts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  62. What a fun and inspirational video. I'd use them as embellishments in mixed media and jewlery!!Thanks for a chance to win!

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  63. They are great embellies for a man's card! Thanks for the candy, these papers are so beautiful!

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  64. Bottle caps I haven't worked with yet. But they do make some cute jewelry. I'm sure I could make work work on a layout. I love bobunny and I hope I can win some....thanks for the chance.

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  65. I love the magnet ideas and would probably use them in that way! Thanks for the chance to win some cool papers.

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  66. These bottlecaps are awesome, and I can sure think of several ways to use them.
    And thanks soo much for the chance to win these gorgeous papers too.

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  67. Great video! love it to works with bottle caps! Very nice embellishments for cards and collages.

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  68. Bottle caps are awesome! I have even used them for large flower centers! I like to paint them and the silver ones are great with alcohol inks!

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  69. Thanks for the inspiration. I want to use the bottlecaps as embellisments.

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  70. I would use them as drawer pulls on a chipboard box!

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  71. Cool bottle caps...thanks for sharing with us.

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  72. How about using the bottle caps as embellishment to decorate some boxes? It would be best for male or boys gift while can be last longer!

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  73. I would make a charm out of the bottle caps. You did a Fab Job.

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  74. Hmm, maybe make some magnets, or use them to place a sentiment inside and put them on cards? Thanks for a chance to win, those papers look great! Hugs, Hanneke

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  75. The bottlecaps are great for magnets.
    I just love Bo Bunny papers! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  76. The bottle cap will be perfect for kids party favor that Im planning next month. The western team party will have the caps as coroner's badge & customize the message inside hte cap. it will be nice as ref magnet after the event.

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  77. These are so awesome.. I'm thinking of printing out tiny pics of my daughter, punching them out and making magnets out of them as a gift for her Gramma :) Added them to my wish list!

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  78. i love saving my bottlecaps because there are always so many fun ways to use them! and those new paper stacks are yummies!

    -rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  79. I would use them to make magnets for the refrigerator.

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  80. I would try to safety pins to the back and turn them into awesome buttons -- bottle cap flare! :)

    -Annie Rose

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  81. the video was great! I am all about making a few bottle caps for the upcoming holidays! Love the idea of making these for family! Thank you for sharing

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  82. What a fun way to give a handmade gift!

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  83. My daughter loves to craft with me, so I'd like to try making the magnets. Thanks for the chance to win!

    hoopitydoo at gmail dot com

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  84. I would use the bottle caps on a 3d project (like canvas, large letters, frames etc...). Thanks for the chance to win.

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  85. Wow! I would use them on cards, tags, so much you can do with them! :O) Hugs! Leah Ann

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  86. These bottle caps are SO COOL, and I would use them on a vintage project such as altered art. Can't wait to try them out!

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