We love anything that is super simple and this easy DIY certainly ticks all the boxes. You will never throw out a bottle or jar again when you can create such a stunning, inexpensive effect!
You can use this fishnet string technique on so many items including vases and mason jars and won’t they make the perfect planters and lanterns! Group them for a truly unique look.
This Infographic from Fixx steps you through the process of making Knotted detail for your Mason Jars. We love the idea and they will come in so handy!
You could also add a tea light or candle. Hang them from a tree as a garden light or use them for a party light or table centerpiece. You can even add shells or a starfish to create a beach theme which works especially well in a bathroom.
How To Make Jute Knotted Bottles Video
We have included a short video from Love Create Make that shows you just how easy it is to recreate this look.
It’s the perfect upcycle for all your champagne and wine bottles and even your glass jars. Click Play above now to view ^
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You can also add embellishments to your Knotted Jute Bottles as shown above by Cameo Cottage Designs. If you wanted to color your bottles you can tint them using glue and food coloring. It’s a very easy process that can achieve some beautiful effects.
They’ll also make a gorgeous gift. The faux fishnet looks stunning and it’s so inexpensive to make. This idea comes to us from It all Started with Paint and they have a full tutorial.
We love these cute hanging lanterns from Love Create Make. Hang them in trees for a wonderful ambience in your home and garden. It will bring the space to life.These Fisherman Netting Jars make perfect lanterns and again, you can see just how easy they are to recreate. We found them on Sow and Tell and we bet you have just the spot for them.
Another popular idea is to cover your bottles with Macrame. There is a very popular book available on Etsy that we highly recommend that has some wonderful projects in it. You can find the details here