Monday, February 23, 2009

Bottle Caps Ready for Spring

Green and Pink recycled Bottle Cap Bracelet by Lani Mathis and Michael Ayers of GreenSpaceGoodsI'm so excited about this color combination! This shade of deep pink is rather hard to find, so we have to tip our hats to the wonderful people who have sent us their bottle caps that made this bracelet possible. With the green and pink looking both funky and fresh, I'm certain that this bracelet would feel at home at a dance club or a Sunday brunch without a problem. What more could a girl ask for? Go check out all of the other angles of it in the shop.

Still a few more to finish, so stay tuned! We hope to have these finished this week.

11 comments:

smilemonsters said...

Love that bracelet!

Jo

Parallax said...

That pink and green is a great combo -- especially this time of year, when I'm really ready for spring and colors again

Jo Bradford said...

Looking good!! I am following your blog now too x

Chauncey said...

Green! How are you old friend? Loving the color combo of your new bracelet!

southernscraps said...

These are cool. I've never seen this spin on the caps before, using just the center, but I really like these.

DaddyO said...

These are awsome!!
How about posting a tutorial?

GreenSpaceGoods said...

Thanks DaddyO, but we are no longer in production of bracelets. I'll tell you this much- it involves a metal punch, a doming block, and lots of patience :)

Xaq Fixx said...

I see you no longer offer the bracelets for sale and don't plan on doing a how to. Would you mind sharing where to find the blanks for the slider beads?

GreenSpaceGoods said...

Oh why not. I don't know if they offer them anymore, but we found them in the scrapbooking section of hobby lobby. They're meant for stringing words on a ribbon.

Once you get a hollow metal punch of the correct diameter (sry, can't remember the size at the moment), you simply punch out the cap, dome it on the doming block, and glue it into the slide.

We liked to string ours on thick elastic, and then I'd sew the elastic by hand into a circle.

Good luck :)

DaddyO said...

Thank you, I might try.

GreenSpaceGoods said...

no problem. Let me know how it goes :)

 

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