I love these pendants made from recycled silver plated forks. Full of personality and artfully crafted. There are more twisted creations from Dr Gus over at his portfolio site: http://doctor-gus.deviantart.com/gallery/
Prices range from $11.99 to $16.99 per pendant at Dr. Gus’s Etsy Shop
Genevieve Church is the artist behind Loot! Loot! reclaims glass destined for the landfill and uses it to create unique and eco-friendly earrings and pendants. These items are hand sculpted over a torch, a process called flameworking. All pieces come in many colors and shapes.
$30.00 – $50.00 at Loot!
Glass recycling at it’s best …in addition, the metal components of Loot! jewelry are also recycled, from vintage sterling silver jewelry whenever possible.
$30.00 at Loot!
Made completely from recycled materials: the caps, of course, the backings are made from scrap copper and the sterling silver bezels are made from reclaimed silver.
$35.00 at Art By Elissa’s Etsy Shop
This etsy shop is filled with inspiring words that you can choose for your recycled bottle cap necklace. Check out their website, I find it joyously hope-filled!
$10.00 each at Syncopation’s Etsy Shop
The talented John T Unger, famous for his recycled Fire Bowls, also works his artistic magic in this fine Folk Art tradition with recycled bottle caps. This fish is made from a mixed palette of blue bottle caps with a white face of Becks caps. The fins and tale are cut from recycled roofing copper. Absolutely stunning! Dimensions: 12.5″ high by 44″ long
$450.00 at John T Unger’s Etsy Shop
Imagine what fun jewelry you can create with these recycled bottle cap beads.
About $8.00 each at Glass Garden Beads
Whistle created from vintage recycled bottle caps. No extra charge for the scratches, dents or well seasoned patinas.
$14.00 each (plenty of different caps available) at Loran Scruggs’s Etsy Shop
A recycled bicycle inner tube transformed into a belt studded with Pabst Blue Ribbon recycled bottle caps. The workmanship is visible…you’ll never wear out this baby!!
$50.00 at Kroseadams’s Etsy Shop
From Zimbabwe, a hand painted scene created on a recycled flattened bottle cap.
Each set includes 3 cards and 3 envelopes – $10.50 at World of Good
Bottle cap magnets of peace signs
$12..95 at Beaded Adornment’s Etsy Shop
Bottle Cap Activities : Recycled Crafts for All Ages
According to the reviews, this book seems to be a good mix of simple to sophisticated crafts, with lots of creative projects and a dose of environmental awareness, too.
$17.95 at Amazon
From artist, Rick Ladd, bottle cap furniture is created from recycled caps saved by the nice bartenders who work at Rick’s local bar.
Crafted from used plastic bags imprinted with familiar logos and slogans, beauty is created in the form of these mandalas by Texas artist, Virginia Fleck. Flying in the face of temporary Tibetan sand mandalas that last only a few days, these mandalas are virtually non-biodegrabable and will last forever. Created as commentary on the ecology of everyday life as garbage is transformed into beauty.
See many more at the artist’s website: Virginia Fleck