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DIY Bottle Cap Christmas Tree

There are thousands of alternative Christmas trees in case you don’t have much space, money or time to decorate a classical tree. Let’s make a recycled Christmas tree of bottle caps. The supplies are bottle caps in all sizes, paint, rhinestones, ribbon, marker, hot glue gun, white card stock. Collect your bottle caps and paint them different shades of green. Draw a trunk on with marker longer than you think you want it. Glue your bottle caps to a piece of card stock. Make a bow and glue it to the top, peel off the self-adhesive crystal strips and stick them onto the tree. Add a frame if you like and hang the piece.


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  1. Geri Johnson Says:

    Hi! That’s a great idea for recycling bottle caps! I have plenty on hand — I made a recycled water/soda bottle wreath for Christmas that would go great with your Bottle Cap Tree! So I guess I will have to make one! Thanks for sharing! :D

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