Printable Antique Milk Caps

When I went to Arkansas last week, there was only 1 antique store in the town where I visited, but I found some goodies to bring home, including quite a few antique milk caps.  This grouping all have green in them.  I’m working on a project right now with one of these images, and hope to get it finished to show you later in the week.  Wish me luck because I’m only about halfway through, and can’t tell how it will turn out yet!

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milk caps

 Here they are enlarged.  Just right-click, save and print them.

augusta georgia dairy milk cap

New York dairy milk cap

New Jersey dairy milk cap


Be sure to check out the project that David @ Cheltenham Road created with milk cap images – it’s awesome!

More antique milk cap printables can be found HERE.

antique milk caps

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  1. I like this idea but what can you do with the actual milk lids? I have several hundred from my grandfather’s dairy and have not figured out what to do with them,

    • Helen, you could string them together to make a darling garland! What a cute Kitchen Christmas tree that would be!

  2. Thank you.Cant wait to see what you do with the caps!

  3. Thanks so much for the link (you have a lot of followers!). I’m really digging the green-coordination on these the Pine Grove one is my favorite. Can’t wait to see what you do with them. (so nice to have found a fellow milk-cap fan).

  4. These are really delightful! I love the Rose Hill Dairy one…I’m a sucker for red and green together! Thank you for sharing these!

  5. You can bet I have these darlings pinned! Thanks for sharing them with us.

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