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Decorative Fisherman Netting Wrapped Jars

What to do:
Step 1: Cut the fisheman netting to size, leaving extra for overlap. The fisherman netting is more stretchy going one way, so I cut most of the netting so that the stretchy side went up and down along the jars.

Step 2: Run a glue line, or glue dollops along one side of the jar, and then wrap netting over and let excess hang over the opposite side for weight. Dab netting into place and let dry 1 hour.

Step 3: Trim off excess netting on glued piece and then apply another line of glue (or dollops) along the same spot and wrap the second side of netting. Dab into place and let dry at least 1 hour.

Step 4: Trim off excess netting when dry.

Step 5: Cut a piece of hemp twine (it helps to cut the ends on an angle), glue one end to the rim of the jar, let the glue set for a few minutes, add glue lines along the rim of the jar; and then wrap the twine around the rim. Snip off excess with an angle cut, and then glue down to rim of jar.

Step 6: Trim off excess netting on the top of the jar and then trim off the excess netting on the bottom of the jar, leaving just enough to wrap and glue around the bottom of the jar. Once glue is dry, add sand, shells or candles in some of the jars.

What you need:
1. Jars, colored or plain
2. Decorative fisherman netting
3. Glue
4. Hemp twine
5. Scissors
6. Toothpicks

ref: stowandtellu.com

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