Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

You are about to read the story of a creative man who along with his friends and family members collected about 2,530 beer bottle caps of different types in a period of five years and then transformed them into extraordinary pieces of crafts. What he did with his collection of cheap bottle caps, made the people around him realize that creativity has no limits and it can never go waste. Attaining this goal was not a piece of cake.

After four hectic hours, he was able to achieve the desired goal after gruesome trial and error sessions.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

His kids shared his passion and lent him help in crafting out the countertop of his dream kitchen.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

The first step was to sort out the caps according to the colors of the rainbow.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

The base of the countertop was made out of quality plywood of 5/8”.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

The prepared top was painted matte black with the help of Rustoleum.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

For a perfect matte look, the epoxy resins were added.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

He accomplished the desired gradient effect by experimenting in various ways.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

In between the thin layers, epoxy resins were filled in to get rid of the additional air spaces. For excellent results, the layers have to be kept thin.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

The kitchen countertop was finally completed in the fifth layer.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

This creative genius comments that once done; he found that the countertop would have looked more fascinating if the caps were merely scattered to give a pop-up impact.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

The caps were arranged in such a way that they had a river flow appearance.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

This is the actual example of a DIY project.

Collected, Caps, Viral Buzz

If you have a creative mind that has crafted out a great DIY piece, then share your story of creativity here and let the world know about your skills.

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