DIY Fishing in a Jar
This project was sent all the way from Switzerland by Jane. She made “fishing in a jar” table numbers. So adorable, I can barely stand it.
What you’ll need:
- a big jar (like this one)
- a regular jar (like this one)
- a napkin (flea market)
- a branch
- natural string
- a piece of cardboard
- a pen
- a pair of scissors
Step 1. Take the two jars, put them on the napkin.
Step 2. Fill one of them with water and the other one with clay.
Step 3. Tie a piece of string to an end of the branch.
Step 4. Cut a fish form in the piece of cardboard and pierce a whole in the fish’s head.
Step 5. Write the table number on the fish.
Step 6. Tie the fish with the string.
Step 7. Plant the fishing cane in the clay.
Stay tuned for the matching place cards project!