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Sunflower Bottle Cap Craft

Unleash your creativity and embark on a fun crafting adventure by making your very own sunflower bottle cap masterpiece. This unique and eye-catching craft project is perfect for both kids and adults alike. With just a few simple materials and a touch of imagination, you can transform an ordinary bottle cap into a stunning sunflower that will brighten up any space. This craft is not only a fantastic way to repurpose those bottle caps that would otherwise end up in the trash, but it also allows you to add a touch of whimsy and nature

Supplies Needed:

  • Pliers
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Paint Brush
  • Green Twine
  • Scissors
  • Yellow Craft Paint
  • Black Craft Paint
  • Green Craft Paint
  • 16 Metal Caps
  • Piece of wood (needs to be at least 3.5″ wide, pallet wood works. Mine was also 15″ long)

How To Make This Upcycled Craft:

Start by folding all but one of the caps in half with the pliers. You want the edges to just touch but you don’t want it to be flattened.

Then paint the one unfolded cap black. You only need to paint the outside of the cap.

Paint 13 of the folded caps yellow.

Then paint the rest green. You will need to allow all paint to dry and then give it a second coat of paint and then allow it to dry again.

Cut a piece of twine that is about 10.5 inches long. Glue one end about a half-inch from the bottom of the board in the center and the other end tightly at the other end.

Glue the black cap over the top center part of the twine.

Then slowly add the yellow ones around the black one to form the petals gluing them in place as you go. Make sure they are tight together.

Place the green caps along the twine to look like leaves. Make sure you have one or two to add at the bottom to cover where the twine is glued.

That is it! You are done and now have a super cute sunflower bottle cap craft to display. You can leave it as just one single flower or do a few to display together as a bunch.

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