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Unique Spin on Bottle Cap Ornaments

I am so excited to bring you a unique spin on bottle cap ornaments...
These aren't what you'd normally expect when someone says bottle caps.
Yes, the bottle caps are used for the base of the ornament but from there they look more like a vintage ornament you might find hanging on a tree many years ago!
I started off by punching two holes in each bottle cap and added a fun collage image to each cap.
I then attached the wired tinsel, glitter, micro beads, mica bits, paper flowers and more!
Here are close up looks at a few of the ornaments...

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving to the folks here in the United States!
Everyone else ~ have a great Thursday!
Ink Stained Roni


  1. Awesome Roni!!! the elf is my favorite!

  2. Very clever twist (no pun intended) on the bottle caps. I love them all, but especially fond of the angel and snowman.

  3. Roni, how creative and so much FUN! Simple yet elegant and absolutely reminiscent of many years ago!
    Thanks for sharing with us.

  4. I love this! Such a wonderful way to make the vintage images the focal point!


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