Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Bottle Cap Magnets

I hate waste.

How about bottle cap magnets instead?



Tiny, "unusable" pieces of scrapbook paper and bottle caps combine for this fun project.



Cut some circles, glue them inside the caps, seal with some clear resin, and super glue a magnet to the back of each.








I love a ten-minute project!



To see what parties I link to, click the Blog Parties tab!
I'm also linking to Tutorial Tuesday and Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm, Inspiration Friday and:

28 comments:

  1. These are one of my favorite things to make! Yours are great!

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  2. I love thrifty projects like that! Great idea!
    I would love it if you joined my linky party @ {nifty thrifty sunday}!
    xoxo,
    Vanessa

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  3. This is a great way to use those little snippets of leftover paper! Super cute!!!

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  4. I love this idea! It's so great to use things to make something cute rather than toss them in the garbage. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Those magnets turned out soooo cute Ÿ I ♥ the music note one Ü

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  6. Hi Kelley, do you know what? They're gorgeous! Very up town!I love your choice of paper, I've seen this type of thing in expensive shops, and yours look better. I will have to try it. xxx tami

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  7. Cute and so creative! Stopping by from DIY by Design.
    Jen
    Scissors & Spatulas

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  8. These are a lot of fun, Kelly! I love your paper choices!

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  9. I just love the designs that you chose for the centers!!!

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  10. Love these!! xoxox
    Kelly
    Runwithglitter.bolgspot.com

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  11. Oh and would love for you to join the Glitter Link Party! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/2011/04/running-with-glitter-6-link-party.html

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  12. Cute! 10 minute project! Now that's my kind.

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  13. These are really cute. They'd make a nice little gift, too. Thanks so much for linking to STL Wednesday!
    Mary

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  14. Those turned out really, really cute!!!

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  15. Delightful, I have never tried making these very whimsical~ oxox, Diane

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  16. now those are something i need to make..... need some cute magnets for my fridge!

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  17. yep...love 'em!
    I'll be making about 35 of these for girl's camp...
    <3 Cat@Turbobubblecum.blogspot.com!!

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  18. This is such a creative way to use scrap pieces of paper!!! Love it!

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  19. I love this idea! esp the houndstooth...super cute--connie, measuredbytheheart.com

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  20. Hey there I am your newest follower! Hope you stop by to see me. Your blog is way too cute!!

    http://bestpartofbelieveis.blogspot.com/
    &
    http://nikkisniknacks.blogspot.com/

    ~Nikki

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  21. Amazingly cute and easy.
    I am starting my own linky party ToDaY! It's the first one. I would love it if you would participate! It's called $10 Tuesdays and it's for things that cost less than $10 and take 20-30 mins (ish) to complete. I love inexpensive and quick projects and I'm guessing others will too ;) Thanks so much for considering.
    Tina Watschke
    http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com/

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  22. Thanks for your link up to my 20 minute Tuesday party!
    Now you need to come back and claim your FREE button pony tailer!
    The first 50 people in May to follow my blog AND follow on FB and send me their address will get a freebie!
    Come see!
    http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com/2011/05/may-giveaway.html

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