Saturday, August 6, 2011


Look what I got in the mail today!  Flattened bottle caps with jump rings and epoxy seals! I ordered them from an Etsy store called justbecuz and think they are just perfect. I can't wait to make all my charms for my new crafty cruise friends.  And I'm sure once I start working with these i'll think of a ton of cute and creative ways to use them.  If you have any uses for these stop by the justbecuz Etsy store and scoop up a few!



  1. Hi Christy - I'm going on the cruise too! Never been to a Tim class before, but have gone on 3 cruises... Can't wait to see what you do with those bottle caps! I'm making charms - and having a blast! Can't wait to meet you in person - see you soon :)

  2. Hi Christy -I'm going on the T!m Cruise too. Veteran cruiser (I live in south Fla, the cruise capital of the world!) but my first Tim cruise. I'm doing charms too, but can't decide between Shrink plastic, memory frames and Tim's Fragment charms. Figure I've still got time. I did manage to get my lobster clasps, from an ETSY store too. I do classes for Paper Niche, a scrapbook store in Plantation, Florida and have an ETSY store( where I sell what I make. Can't wait to put a name to a face on the cruise! See you soon.

  3. Hi Faith! I know I can't wait to get started on my charms. Like I said I'm not actually sure what I'm going to do with them but excited to get to work. I'll post as soon as I do them. Thanks for checking out my blog! I can't wait to meet you in person and see your charms as well!

  4. Hi Barbara, I too had trouble trying to decide what base to use for my charms. I might do a mixture I haven't decided quite yet. I checked out your Etsy store and it's just precious. Your craft work is amazing! I can't wait to see your charms and meet you in person as well! Thanks for stopping by my blog and I'll post my charms as soon as I finish them.