Bottle Cap Art

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A wonderful image of a mural made with bottle caps and spry paint.

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June 2017
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August 2011
Fantastic! Thanks for sharing :)
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June 2009
Excellent idea and looks absolutely fabulous!
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May 2008
Excellent Idea, We've just done the same and made a blue bottle top whale, got children to estimate how many lids it would take had no's from 2 to 2008! actually took 412 we numbered them all. stuck on large bit of card and how hanging from the window op
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May 2008
This looks great...any ideas on what to back it on though?
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May 2008
Wow! What a wonderful idea! We are collecting milk carton tops for Naomi House Children's Hospice in Winchester. They exchange the lids for cash and the lids are used to make welly boots and umbrellas! This sort of display is just the sort of eye catching
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May 2008
I have been collecting bottle tops for ages and for no reason at all...I am now inspired to use them. Thanks: )
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May 2008
Excellent way of addressing Sustainable Schools and making such a great outdoor display. How did you attached the tops and what did you mount them on? Did you varnush afterwards?
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March 2008
I'd love to do something with bottle tops. WHat did you fasten them on with?
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March 2008
Looks really effective - fab!!
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March 2008
Superb idea - will recommend for next recycle project!