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