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Christine's Beadworks

Jewelry designer Christine Wilson of Christine's Beadworks recently ordered her logo on a bottlecap. The original logo on a virtual cap:
Fellow jewelry artist Christina Neit from Good Quill Hunting created this design for Christine.
And here it is on a real bottle cap:

And you won't believe the things she's made with it...
Photos courtesy of Christine's Beadworks
I've been researching lots and lots of bottle cap crafts, but I've never seen anything like this! Besides making these embellished art pieces, Christine is also using her personalized caps as customer favors and as give-aways in her cap craft classes (say that three times fast). She also has grand plans for magnets, too.

Christine started her own jewelry business back in 2001 and found her true muse in bottle caps—a classic tale of art inspiring art. She told me, "I've been known to try a brew just because of its cap." Getting to enjoy a new beer for business's sake? Not a bad plan! Check out some of her favorite elaborate pieces:
Earrings made with Dixie's Blackened Voodoo caps
Beaded bracelet with an Izze Sparkling Juice cap. Photos courtesy of Christine's Beadworks
Keep up the creativity, Christine!
Links to Christine's Beadworks:   Website         Etsy shop          Blog


  1. What a delight to see Christine featured! I have a couple of her pieces (in fact, the Dixie earrings are mine!) and her work is amazing. She is so easy to work with and creates beautiful jewelry, not haphazard work.
    And now she has her OWN bottlecaps....so cool!
    This gets my brain in gear. Oh Christiiiiinnnee...... ;-)


  2. Hi Anne,

    I'll be sure to send you one, they are awesome. Did you see some of the other caps featured, I love the Raising Caine one in particular, now that would be a beer worth finding someday, awesome logo.

    Thanks for the feature Haley, I love it.