When my oldest son was a little guy, he received a Klutz project book with bottle caps. We both had a lot of fun making projects with his Klutz kit, and when I came across these adorable tags, I immediately thought about his “Capsters” creations.
You can use recycled bottle caps (although it’s hard to get them off the container without bending them too much) or you can buy them at craft stores or on Amazon – they are a popular embellishment used by both paper crafters and jewelry makers, so if you can’t find them in the scrapbook section, check to see if they have any in the jewelry supplies area of your store.
Danielle from Fat Cat Stamper made these tags, and I can’t wait to scraplift her idea! The tags are craft card stock with black and orange papers layered on top. She attached the stamped image to the inside of the cap using dimensional adhesive. An oversized eyelet and orange and white baker’s twine add the finishing touch.
To get all the details about this project, including the sunny stamp that Danielle used, visit her blog…
SCRAPLIFTER SOURCE: Bottle Cap Tags from Fat Cat Stamper