Bottle Cap Ornaments and $100 Dollar Tree Gift Card Giveaway

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Dollar Tree Value Seekers Craft

I love a good Christmas craft… especially when they are inexpensive and fun. There are some fabulous creative holiday ideas from Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club, including their Bottle Cap Snowman Ornaments.

Do you know about the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club? It’s a place to find cheap and chic crafts, recipes, decor ideas, contests, insider info, frugal fun ideas and much more. You’ll enjoy fresh content each month. And they make it easy– project sheets can be saved or printed, which makes it easy to take them to Dollar Tree and use as a shopping list. Membership is FREE!

I am already a proud member of the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club and a self-confessed Dollar Tree addict so I was downright jolly when I got the chance to make one of their December crafts!

Here is what their darling Bottle Cap Snowman ornaments look like:

Bottle Cap Ornaments

I was so charmed by their snowman ornaments, I couldn’t wait to make some of mine own… as well as put my own spin on it by making reindeer version. You can find the full Dollar Tree Value Seekers Bottle Cap Ornament version here.

Bottle Cap Ornaments

 The YoT Snowman Ornament Version

Here’s what I used for my Snowman Ornaments, all from Dollar Tree except the recycled bottle caps.

Acrylic paint, permanent markers, I used recycled bottle caps (3 bottle camps per ornament) but you can find bottle caps at Dollar Tree, ribbon, glue and Fashion Duct Tape. To make this project my own, I used Dollar Tree Fashion Duct Tape like ribbon. To grab the Dollar Tree project sheet head over to the Value Keepers Club now.

Bottle Cap Ornaments

 Paint the bottle caps white (it will take three coats). I chose to use paint but with the Value Seekers, they list different things you can use to create the white background.

Cheap and cute Bottle Cap Ornaments

 Draw the snowman’s face with permanent markers. I used markers but with the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club version, they give you many other ideas about supplies you could use as well.

Cheap and cute Bottle Cap Ornaments

Instead of using ribbon like they did in the original version, I made a scarf out of Fashion Duck Tape. To make the Duck Tape scarf, cut six pieces of Fashion Duck Tape (6 inches inches long). Stick three of them on a hard surface, like the kitchen counter, overlapping them each 1/2 an inch. Flip the large piece of Fashion Duck Tape over and do the same on other side, Cut a strip to make the scarf. Glue it on the snowman.

 The YoT Bottle Cap Reindeer 

Again, wanting to take the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club idea and make it my own, I made a reindeer version. You can use the same supplies: Acrylic paint, permanent markers, bottle caps, ribbon, glue and Fashion Duct Tape. Also add gold pipe cleaners from Dollar Tree.

Cheap and cute Bottle Cap Ornaments

Mix red and green to make brown. Paint three bottle caps brown and let dry. It will take three coats of paint.

Use the back of the paint brush to make eyes and a nose.

Cheap and cute Bottle Cap Ornaments

Cut a strip of Fashion Duct Tape six inches long and glue the bottle caps to the Duct Tape and make a loop on top to make a hanger. 

Cut two 2 1/2 long pieces of pipe cleaner and glue them to the back of the reindeer face. Cut two more small pieces and glue to make antlers.

Dollar Tree Value Seekers Craft

Dollar Tree Gift Card Giveaway 

 To enter to win a $100 gift card to Dollar Tree, simply sign up for the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club! Then leave me a comment saying which project from the club that you want to try first. Make sure to also leave me the email address you used to sign up as we will be verifying them. Giveaway will end 5pm Pacific time, Wednesday December 18th. I’ll put the comments in a virtual hat and pick a random winner.

More Holiday Projects Inspired by Dollar Tree Value Seekers



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  5. Maria Kiguthi says

    maria_nay (at) hotmail dot com
    Used to sign-up

    I would like to try making the Homemade Snow Globes.

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  9. Wild Orchid says

    I like the large popsicle snowflake idea!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  10. Dorrie Turner says

  11. Noelle Cagle says

    I think the Santa and Elf Silverware Sleeves is super cute and something my kids would be really excited to make

  12. Kirby says

    New Year’s Eve Cupcaketini! This is going to be our 1st new years without family and this will help make it fun!

  13. Gina Sandoval says

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  15. Danielle Porter says

    I love the balloon painting idea! Such a fun way to paint!

    rqballporter at gmail dot com

  16. kathy dalton says

  17. Terri Moore says

    I joined the Value Seekers club. The first project I would like to make is the Snow Globes, love how they look and want to make a whole set.

  18. Luna S says

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  20. Sarah L says

    I like the Balloon Painting. Fun to do and easy to clean up. Member at this email address
    Thanks for the contest.

  21. mariem says

    used 4mariemh atgmail dotcom to sign up
    i like the homemade snow globes- how fun and tooo darn cute! thank u!

  22. jennifer horn says

  23. Suzanne says

    sorry forgot to leave my email i signed up with its sr132209 at

    my comment was ballon painting!

  24. Shelia S says

    I signed up. I would like to do the New Year’s Eve photo booth. It would be cute as a backdrop even without the photo booth.

    shelia77532 at yahoo dot com

  25. Rochel S says

    I signed up (hekel123 at yahoo dot com) ! I would love to try the Fingerprint Christmas Lights Keepsake

  26. Kathleen Richardson says

    I am already a member of the club and I would like to make the Santa and Elves silverware sleeves, but I also love the bottle-cap ornaments.

  27. Rachel S says

    I’d love to do the Fingerprint Christmas Lights Keepsake with my daughter.

    I singed up with the same email I used here.

  28. Sarah Cool says

    I signed up and i am most excited about trying the Santa and Elf Silverware Sleeves they are so cute and festive

  29. Diana Stanhope says

  30. Sarah K says

    I signed up and was amazed at all of the wonderful ideas! I am going to try the fingerpaint light strand keepsake with my kids. kyndclovershy at gmail dot com

  31. Angela says

    I think I’ll try the Santa and Elf silverware sleeves – they’ll be a cute decoration for a dinner party!

    I signed up with supermadchen @ hotmail . com

  32. Laura Jacobson says

    I signed up! I would love to make the Christmas Countdown Calendar!! That is so cute! Still have time! :) I know Carter would have alot of fun with it counting down!
    landfjacobson @

  33. Madeline says

    I’m signed up! madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com
    I’d like to try the White Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels.

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  37. Jo says

    I absolutely adore the homemade snow globes and would love to try that first!! Very neat ideas.
    I signed up with bvbabybv at gmail dot com

  38. Teresa Bowser says

    I signed up for the Dollar Tree Seekers Club. Would like to do the snowflakes out of popsicles first. Thanks for the opportunity.

  39. Nichole Norris says

    I love the bottle cap snowmen ornaments! I can’t wait to make them! :)

    I signed up for the Value seekers club!

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  42. Michelle J. says

    I signed up and would like to try the Christmas light cards! My kids would love to create those! (And I used the same email that is in my profile.)

  43. RebekahU says

    I think I’ll try the snowglobes and probably the bottlecap snowmen and deer! Those are really cute!

  44. Jara Christensen says

  45. Virginia Plaisance says

    Love the Fingerpaints Christmas Lights Keepsake.I want to do this with my little one!

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  48. Pamela C says

    Snowman place setting is cute even if you’re having a party of one, it makes you laugh – with my cooking skills that is neede!

  49. David says

    I signed up with the email attached to this comment.

    I want to try the balloon painting craft. My kids love balloons. They like bouncing them up in the air and chasing them around. They would love to do this project.

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  52. Rhonda A says

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

    I think I’m going to try the New Year’s Eve Cupcaketini because they look delicious and my kids would enjoy eating them and feeling special drinking out of “wine” glasses :-D !! The email I signed up under is rhondaarr(at)gmail(dot)com

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  54. Lauren Becker says

    I’d love to try making the Santa and Elf Silverware Sleeves. how fun!

    lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

  55. Teresa Thompson says

  56. Roxanne says

    I love the Cupcaketini for New Years! (however your reindeer is a very close second) Thanks for the chance to win. I love shopping at Dollar Tree.

  57. Montanna Sutherland says

    I love the 2014 NYE photo booth idea those are adorable little get ups. Thank you for the chance to win! I signed up with montanna 6 @ gmail dot com

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  61. Nicole Elmore says

    I would like to try the Santa and Elf Silverware Sleeves first. Would love to win, what a cute idea!
    Thanks and have a great day

  62. Robyn L says

    I would like to try the New Year’s Eve Cupcaketini first. This project looks unique and festive!

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  66. Amy O. says

    Cute snowmen! I would like to try my hand at the New Year’s Eve Cupcaketinis–how fun are they?!
    Email: okmama at gmail dot com

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  68. Kristen Coronado says

    I want to try the balloon painting! If I had found the site earlier the Christmas countdown was really cute!

  69. Danielle Jones says

    I signed up JonesFD at aol dot com I want to make the snow globes using jars. Their so cute you could give them as gifts.

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