Doily VASE

Country Sampler's Prarie Style - - The Prairie Pantry -

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IT TAKES ONLY MIN­UTES TO TURN A MA­SON JAR INTO A HUM­BLE FLO­RAL AC­CENT.

MA­TE­RI­ALS Glass can­ning jar Round white pa­per doily Sev­eral rub­ber bands Clear- dry­ing craft glue Wire for hang­ing Wire cut­ter

IN­STRUC­TIONS 1. Place the doily on a flat sur­face with the wrong side fac­ing up. 2. Po­si­tion the can­ning jar in the cen­ter of the doily, then care­fully fold the sides of the doily to fit the jar, us­ing your fin­gers to make crisp creases. 3. Use glue to se­cure the doily’s folds, slip­ping on rub­ber bands to hold the doily in place un­til the glue dries. 4. Cut an 18- inch piece of wire. Leav­ing a 2- inch end ex­tend­ing from the jar, wrap the wire around the neck of the jar, cre­at­ing two small loops at op­po­site sides of the jar. Con­tinue to wrap the jar with wire un­til you have a short length of un­used wire. Twist this end of wire around the start­ing piece of wire sev­eral times. Press the ends flat against the neck of the jar. 5. Cut a length of wire to de­sired size to create a hang­ing loop. Insert one end of the wire into one of the loops. Bend up­ward and twist sev­eral times to se­cure. Re­peat at the op­po­site side of the vase.

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