Free Instructions--Bottle Caps
Continued from Part I.
8. Let's see those 2 plain caps. After 30minutes, bubbles were gathered in center.
9. After stirred.
10. 3 and half hours later, 2 e-lite caps looked good.
11. Found bubbles on diamond glaze cap. Maybe I didn't rub the bottle cap image well on caps. It was too late to pop the bubbles so just let it be.
12. Next morning, I got 3 perfect e-lite caps.
And a diamond glaze cap with bubbles -- My daughter didn't mind the bubbles though. She put every piece in her treasure box.
It's a lot of fun making a bottle cap. I noticed that diamond glaze dries a little bit yellowish compare to EnviroTex Lite. And I think it's harder to get rid of the bubbles using diamond glaze (next time I'll make sure the image are attached very well). On the other hand, Diamond glaze is a lot easier to use than EnviroTex Lite.
Questions and suggestions? Please write a review to let us know. We'll try to answer the questions and include more ideas in part III.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 July, 2010.