Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Bottle-cap Snowman Ornaments

UPDATE: The Winner is comment Number 2 Kristen congrats!!! The other update. I purchased my bottlecaps at ETSY. I just searched unpressed bottlecaps! Good luck and thanks for all your comments!!!
Will you forgive me for thinking Christmas soo soon. Because I couldn't believe that Walmart was decked in Full-On Christmas before Halloween! But, every year I make my family keepsake ornaments. This year, I wanted to complete them early.
And lucky for you! I have enough supplies to make one more family of snowmen of five. So if you would like it. Simply leave a comment and make sure I have your email so I can find out the names you would like on them! You have until Friday night to enter!!!

36 comments:

  1. Love this snowman, Wonderful job going to post link fri on crafts & Tutorials.
    What a great blog!
    hugs

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  2. Shannon those are so cute! I would love to make them for Joyschool! Where do I buy the bottle caps??? You have been a busy little lady adn very creative at that! Love the idea of the desk/drawer! Awesome! You guys headed to Idaho for Christams or thanksgiving??

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  3. I want some snowmen!! But we only have a family of two right now, maybe just put our names on two of them and we'll wait and see what else we get! :) How much would I owe you?? I'll pay for shipping??

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  4. These are so cute Shannon! I love the little scarves. Thanks so much for the comment!. I'll be linking.

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  5. These are so sweet! The pre-schoolers I babysit will love to create these.
    Teammcdowell@yahoo.com

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  6. These are super cute!! Thanks for sharing!!
    Morganandhaden@aol.com

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  7. The snowmen are so sweet! My son and daughter would love these!

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  8. Wow! Those are so cute! I think I might try this! I am thinking it's a good tradition to get into, and make everyone ornaments each year!

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  9. Fantastic! I have been saving bottle caps for months with the intention of making something from them...just didn't know what yet. NOW, I do...with 14 grandkids and 1 on the way...Perfect little stocking stuffers for them!!

    wp

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    1. did you make these bottle caps snowmen? i saw the tutorial be don't understand how exactly to glue them together. can you help me, please.my first time on the site.please get back to me at ume4us3@yahoo.com. because i don't know how this works. thanks, Kim Mozina

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  10. These are so cute. I'd love to make them. But where do you get unpressed bottle caps?? :)

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  11. These would be so perfect to do with my girls' classes! So Cute!!! cheer4soccer at gci.net

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  12. What a great Christmas craft! Kmomisme@yahoo.com

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  13. Love love love this idea...HOW cute- TFS!

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  14. Where did you get the bottlecaps? I would love to try it, they are SUPER CUTE!

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  15. I would LOVE one! Great, cute and cheap idea!!

    crazigirl80@hotmail.com

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  16. What a cute idea! I have tons of bottle caps because I used to sell them in my scrapbook store. I will have to try this :)

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  17. This is adorable, and what great Christmas gifts they will make. My email is tanyapoohbear at gmail dot com

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  18. SO CUTE !!!!!
    Parabéns pelo trabalho e pela criatividade!
    Nancy
    http://artespedepano.blogspot.com

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  19. So very cute. Now to locate bottle caps. Thank you. angel_1_gram@comcast.net. I'm about a year late, but if you're still sending snowmen, Mom, Dale, Delbert, Devon, Kevin. And if you're not, Thank you very much for the idea. It's a winner.

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  20. Monna from IndianaAugust 21, 2011 at 9:34 AM

    Thanks so much for this...I teach about once a week at a group home for mentally/phycially clients. and they will SO love this one!....thanks again for the great instructions. Monna from indiana

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  21. A really great place to get bottle caps is a beer brewing store. I purchased 144 caps for 4 dollars! Thanks for the idea. Everyone in my family is getting one!

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  22. LOVE these little snowmen, and am definitely going to be giving them a try! Thanks for sharing how, and Happy Holidays to you! ~tina

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  23. Great gift idea. gonna try soon, Thanx for the ideas.

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  24. I love your idea for christmas ornaments. I am going to try it. I make all kinds of crafts too. I make: BEADED ANGEL WIND CHIMES----WHIRLYGIGS-----COASTER SETS. I also have a Website of other kinds of things. Here is my website if you would like to look at it.
    colettascollectables.com Please reply!!!!!!!

    Coletta from Kansas

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  25. Cute -
    something the great grand kids could make. Thanks.

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  26. Interested in this idea. Like to know where to find caps in that good shape.Daniel, Jenn, Jaxon, Karigan and Sylvia Pinyan

    Please reply

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  27. Clever idea. i will use bottle caps that I have collected. I have a coke theme in my house and therefore have a few saved caps so I may leave those caps saying Coke on them and use them for the back. I'll have friends save beer bottle caps for the ones I paint white and make the snowmen for my kids and grandkids. The coke caps will personalize it from me.

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    1. can you explain exacty how you glue two bottle caps together, i am confused. send it to ume4us3@yahoo.com, because i don't know how this reply thing works, my name is Kim Mozina, thank you

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  28. These are so cute! What kind of paint do you use? Thanks!

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  29. Super cute! Would love if you'd join our Countdown to Christmas link party! Hope to see you there! Have a great week! :)
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/2012_12_04_archive.html

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  30. Great user of bottle caps for decoration purpose. Should admire this talent.

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  31. Really cute, looks fun to make and simple. Need ideas like this. Do crafts for hospice. Keep them coming.

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  32. I am excited about doing this project! This snowman is precious!

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  33. Good use of bottle caps and snowman is looking so cute on these caps. :)

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