Wednesday 26 September 2012

This used to be... a bottle cap

Hi friends,

This is Snehal here. So I have reached Delhi and this is my first post for Lulupu from Delhi...Boy..... am I excited!....only a little ......slow because still don't have an internet connection.Working on a very very  slow photon.

Today I am going to show you how to make a pendant from a simple bottle cap. Here's what you're going to need.

Picture heavy post.

Tools required to  make a bottle cap embellishment/pendant
Remove the plastic/rubber film from the cap with the help of a sharp tool  and use a hammer and a nail to make a hole in the cap. Punch out a circle out of PP with a one inch circle punch.  Apply glue to both the inside of the cap as well as the punched out circle.

Stick the punched circle to the inside of the bottle cap
Insert the rings through the hole before the glue dries
Decorate the inside of the bottle cap anyway you like.

Punch a circle out of a transparent / OHP sheet and stick it on the bottle cap to save on the glossy accents and then add glossy accents over the OHP circle to cover it completely. 

I then used some pie lane beads to add some bling. 

Here's how the finished pendant looks.. :)


I made a few more.. take a look.. :)



Easy ...isn't it?
Hope you too try it too.
Thanks for passing by.


  1. It's a wow idea Snehal! I couldn't imagine the outcome would be so pretty! I am really loving this challenge and the wonderful stuff you guys are creating out of waste!

  2. Great one Snehal.. Would make a great gift for kids.. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Wow this is just brilliant!! i just love your pendants so much!!each one is so beautifully made!! Fabulous work Snehal...Thank you so much for sharing :)

  4. ohh this is super cool...lovely idea

  5. this is brilliant stuff...thank u for the idea :D

  6. these are absolute love love all of them

  7. Oh my! I see these caps everyday but never had an idea these could be used to make something so pretty! Superb idea Snehal!


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