This is a guide for anyone looking to make their own bottle caps and accessories.
For this post I’m going to be using the same craft you may already have in your arsenal, and I’m not going to go over each step of the process in detail.
For now I’m just going to list what you’ll need to start crafting your own bottle cap, including a few helpful tips for making your own bottles.
So without further ado, let’s get started!
Make the first bottle cap for the bottle-in-the-box When you’re first starting out you probably don’t have a lot of space on your shelf to create your own custom bottle caps.
If you’re looking to expand your shelf, you may have a few options.
You can either make a simple box for the first time or you can start with the basic basic designs, but if you’re making something that’s going to last a long time, a box is a better option.
I love the simplicity of a simple bottle-filled box.
Cut a rectangle from fabric and glue it on When it comes to craft supplies, fabric is by far the most versatile fabric.
Whether it’s a fabric board, fabric ribbon, or fabric fabric, the fabric itself will come in handy to craft your own craft supplies.
First of all, you’re going to want to make a rectangle for the fabric.
If you’re doing a floral design or something you might want to start out with a simple rectangle like the one shown in the photo above.
After you’ve cut your rectangle you’ll want to glue it onto the fabric so it doesn’t move.
Make sure to make sure you don’t over glue it so you have a nice, clean, and secure shape.
Once you’re done cutting your rectangle, you’ll be able to attach the fabric to your craft supplies with staples.
Insert a hook into the corner of your fabric and pull it out Next up, you need to make the first cut.
It’s best to go right through your fabric, making sure to stick it to your fabric.
Once you’re finished, you can just put it back on. 4.
Staple the fabric into the shape of the bottle cap Next, you want to staple the fabric onto the shape to make your bottle cap.
For this tutorial, I’m using the Brett Gel Coating, which is the perfect product for this project.
The Bryan Gel Coated is made from 100% cotton, which means it’s going.
clean and dry.
Cut a piece of fabric The next step is to cut a piece out of the fabric, so that you can attach the bottle to your project.
For the bottle I used the Gelatinic Nail, which comes in a number of different colors and patterns.
Gather your supplies Once the bottle is all assembled, you don’st want to leave it unattended.
To attach the beads, attach the top of the fabric to the bottle and attach the bottom of the nail to the bottom.
Attach your craft tools Now that you have the bottle attached to your shelf and a bottle cap in hand, it’s time to attach your craft skills to your bottle.
These tools will come handy for making jewelry, making buttons, or whatever you might be doing with the craft supplies you’ve made.
Use glue to attach After attaching your craft tools to the bottle you can begin to glue the nails.
Fill the bottle with glitter Once all of your stuff is glued to the surface of the surface you can begin attaching glitter.
Add a few more glitter to the glitter The final step is the glue.
Here, I’ll be using a glue that is Gemma’s Glue, which has a high melting point that allows it to adhere to a wide variety of surfaces.
Tighten up the glitter to seal Now you’re ready to glue your bottle lid.
Now, I would suggest making the lid as tight as possible, but don’t be afraid to loosen it up as you go. 12.
Create your own Once your bottle is completely attached to the lid, you have to create a craft logo on the bottle.
The easiest way to do this is to simply paint it with the glitter you just made.
For my craft logo I painted it with a clear acrylic paint.
Now the bottle can breathe!
For the craft logo I painted the bottle with a clear blue acrylic paint that I had at home. 14. L