I love old milk bottles and their printed caps
have such a wholesome, yesteryear look, so I thought
it would be fun to share a few I have with you.
The nice thing about having the image of the real thing
is that although milk caps are small, you can take
the image and make it much larger, so there are a lot
of projects you could use the images for.
I like the red, white and blue colors on this one.
The caps always had staples that kept the pull tab
from tearing off the cap – this one has some very rusty staples.
This cap was from a bottle of creamer.
In this image, I grouped them all together, as an easy printable. Just copy and paste it into Word, or another program, and print, or have it printed somewhere like Staples on photo paper, for a really crisp image with great color.
Here’s a project I created with one of these images.
I just used TAP (Transfer Artist Paper) to transfer
the image (in reverse) onto osnaburg fabric.
It is available at Knick of Time on Etsy, along
with several other designs.
I hope you find something fun to create with these milk cap images too.