While at the cottage, I collected a ton of beer bottle caps, in the hopes of making various recycled jewelry and trinkets with them. However, I didn't quite inspect them (too busy drinking the beer ) and when I got home, I noticed that there's a bit of plastic (or whatever that is) attached to the inside of each cap. I'd guess it's to seal in the liquid and carbon.
This makes it hard to just put a paper design inside, because it won't lay flat. I also tried ripping it out, but some of them are made differently and very difficult to pick out. I'm not about to sit around pulling the seals out of every cap just so I can make crafts. But I certainly see tons of other people making bottle cap crafts and art, so there must be a way around this.
What do you guys do about the seal in recycled caps if you want to put something on the inside of the cap?