- bottle caps
- images (from magazines, books, printed from computer, photos, etc)
- circle cutter (or just trace the circle and cut with scissors)
- packing tape
- sequins, rhinestones, or tiny beads
- black permanent marker
- glue that dries hard and clear (glossy accents, diamond glaze, clear resin)
step two: cover both sides with packing tape to seal/laminate the image, trim packing tape around the edges. this is to prevent the image from bleeding or warping when you add the glue later.
step three: rub over the image with a burnishing tool, or popsicle stick to smooth out the bubbles and air pockets.
step four: place image in the bottle cap and cover image with a thick coat of glue that dries hard and clear.
step five: embellish with sequins, beads or rhinestones. tip: I used a needle to guide the sequins to where I wanted them placed. I also used the needle to pop any air bubbles that formed
step six: this is the hardest part-- let dry overnight until clear.
step seven: use a super strong glue to attach a magnet to the backside of bottle cap. Let that dry overnight and you're done!