Saturday, 26 December 2009

Recycle craft Bottle cap ceiling lamp

Friends, i was quite busy these days with new office atmosphere. Yes, i changed my job and now in this new company quite busy with training and work. Late to home so could not find time for any updates. Thought of wishing you all a "Merry Christmas" yesterday but, unfortunately my Internet connection got into some trouble and was not working.

Anyways promise you to keep on updating once in a week for sure. This time i tried out this wonderful recycle craft which i was planning to do long back. Now sharing with you all as soon as i found time and completed my work.

This is a ceiling lamp made of plastic bottle caps. I used almost 120-150 caps of Bisleri bottle to make this lamp.

All you need is a round piece of hard board nylon thread and some beads around 120- 150 as per your caps. Take the nylon thread as per the length and make holes on the caps and move cap and bead alternatively and now tie this on the hard board my making a hole on it.

So let me know how much did you all like this Recycled Ceiling Lamp made of bottle caps.


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The lamp with colourful lights.

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19 Comments:

Blogger Nithya said...

Wow.. you are truly creative.. looks really good :)

26 December 2009 at 09:08  
Anonymous Rubina said...

This is fantastic way of recycling.

27 December 2009 at 00:48  
Blogger Glitter Birdie said...

cute one resh...

Merry X'mas and happy New Year in advance to you, uncle and aunty.

27 December 2009 at 05:08  
Blogger Reshmi Nair said...

thank you so much..

27 December 2009 at 07:41  
Blogger ruchika said...

wowwww realy good work ...but how u made holes in the bottle cap ...i mean is there any specific way of doing it .
thankx

28 December 2009 at 02:38  
Blogger Reshmi Nair said...

Hi Ruchika,

Thanks for your comments... No specific way for making holes i just did holes using scissors by just piercing it.

Regards,
Reshmi

29 December 2009 at 07:23  
Blogger FARAH AHMED said...

GREAT WORK. IT HAS BEEN ALONG TIME SINCE YOU POSTED ANYTHING. I ALWAYS LIKE TO SEE UR CREATIONS. THIS IS VERY UNIQUE INDEED. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.HAPPY NEW YEAR.

30 December 2009 at 22:55  
Blogger sujata.... said...

hi reshami,
great work....hats off to your imaginatin....keep it up...

31 December 2009 at 11:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was curious to see what your next upload would be...and found this wonderful recycled craft..Very innovative reshmi

1 January 2010 at 02:53  
Anonymous aruljothiKarikalan said...

really a great work reshmi
I liked it.

4 January 2010 at 01:40  
Blogger Srigowri said...

amazing work.

21 January 2010 at 00:03  
Anonymous rama said...

Hi Reshmi,
Great job
keep it

ramm...

1 February 2010 at 13:38  
Anonymous http://blessingartideas.blogspot.com/ said...

Very creative!

9 March 2010 at 15:04  
Anonymous AK Formeller said...

My name is Ann I live in Quito Ecuador for 20 years. I'm looking for ways to create useful things made of recycled material. I'm collecting ideas for now. Your lamp is very inspiring. Do I have your permission to change your design and adapt it to sell here in Ecuador? Please advise me.

19 May 2010 at 20:04  
Blogger ritvija dixit said...

HI RASHMI, great work.. although im a docter by occupation ,but in one corner in my heart which can omly be filled with craft only.it gives me immense satisfaction.. can u give me any idea to creat anything from milk poly bags half kg packs, every day when i throw 8 of them, i always feel ,anything good can be created from them. pls advise

21 February 2011 at 10:41  
Blogger Aps said...

i love this one....i love anything to do with recycled crafts....and this one is fantastic.....good job reshmi....

19 April 2011 at 09:56  
Blogger Priyanka said...

Hi Rashmi, very innovative idea!!!, liked it very much :)

25 July 2011 at 03:38  
Blogger Alpa said...

Hi Reshmi

I am a regular visitor to your blog. Just wanted to say thanks because on the same lines I had made a lantern mixed with bangles, caps and bottle in our office and we won 2nd prize :)) thanks so much.

Alpa

26 December 2011 at 04:02  
Blogger Alpa said...

Hi Rashmi

I am a regular visitor of ur blog and wanted to thank you bcoz on same lines I had made lantern using bangles, caps and bottles in our office for lantern making competition and we won 2nd prize. Thanks.

Alpa

26 December 2011 at 04:05  

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