yeah, they bite!Funny little ditty, happy TT
old bottle caps are great treasures though to find and ponder...
A little Wayne Thiebaud in this...Although I was thinking "pie crusts" in the thumbnail.
Or tarts! At least that's the impression I got from my reader thumb, heh...used to collect these when I was a kid :)
Yeah, I was expecting tarts, too, mouth watering on my arrival! But the bottle caps are way cool.
today i heard that worldwide people drink less beer.so beercaps become treasure things like these:))
Mirror, mirror on the wall,which are the most cheerful bottles caps of all? Harnett-Hargrove's for sure!They could also be miniature tart forms, all dressed up and out on the town on a fine spring day! :-)
Those bottle caps also look like pie crusts.So now I'm thirsty AND hungry. :P
ArtSparker, Pie Crusts would be in the Thiebaud genré!
I can always rely on you unexpected frame of reference.Pure creativity. Theme Thursday greetings.
simple and succinct. well writ.I'm with ARt, I initially thought they were pie crusts. neat photo.
I used to know someone that collected those caps!
geez! and here I thought you had baked us some tarts!
nice take; I like the colors
Very clever!! This reminds me of a candy I had as a child...the bottle cap candy...wonder if they still make them?
I love rusty things. I especially like to use them in my gardens. They just go right back into the earth so naturally.
`Makes you wonder.Did a cork shortage cause the invention of the bottlecap?:-/
Great take on this Thursday theme.;)Love the picture.xoZuzana
A great way to hold onto the memories. Happy TT
Somewhere I have a vague memory of putting bottle caps on the bottom of our shoes so that we could walk on ice?? I cannot fully recall it, though.
I loved this--bottle caps are like corks --so glad you found a way to put them to use-great post!
I like this. A LOT.