Bottle Cap Containers




Introduction: Bottle Cap Containers

How To Make Bottle Cap Containers

Hey Everyone, My name is Romi Amiwalaa

Have you ever needed a fast and easy container to store something like homemade lip balm? Well if so then keep on reading, or if you dislike reading click this link and head over to my YouTube channel, and if you like the videos there just click the subscribe button.So.... Lets Get Started!!!!

Step 1: You Will Need:

To make these simple containers you will need,

A water bottle

2 bottle caps


Step 2: Step 1:

Start of by cutting a couple of inches away from the bottles rim. or above the waters label. Cut around the bottle.

Step 3: Step 2:

Your result should look something like this.

Step 4: Step 3:

Then you cut till you get to the lip of the bottle

Step 5: Step 4:

Keep on cutting!

Step 6: This Is What You Should Have

You pretty much have just the top of a water bottle

Step 7: Then Take Your Cap

and screw it on like a lid and take the bottom one and just do the same process

Step 8: Your Done!!!!

And that's it you have made a mini bottle cap container!

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    3 Discussions


    4 years ago on Introduction

    And I just bought a small pill bottle :( I'm gonna pull some bottles out of the recycle bin and make a few. Great idea.


    4 years ago on Introduction

    If you have PVC pipe cutters, you can use them to easily cut off the threaded part of the neck. Not worth buying the cutters if you are only going to make a couple of these, but I have made "hundreds" for storing all my little beads and bits for crafting.

    If you use two different color bottlecaps, it is easier to tell which side unscrews naturally and which side is more difficult to remove.


    4 years ago on Introduction

    This would be great for crafters. I'm going to try it.