Planting a butterfly garden is a great way to beautify your yard and help attract many of the different butterflies found in your community. It's one of the most popular hobbies today. Most butterfly gardens are also a magnet for hummingbirds, bees, and other beneficial insects, the pollinators. Also a productive butterfly garden does not require a large land area—even a few key plants can make a huge impact.
Starting with what I had - 4 plastic napkin rings and jute. I glued jute around napkin rings.
Napkin rings finished. I had saved a honey jar. Removed label and dried jar.
First, I made a knot in the end of the jute. I wrapped the jute around the top of the jar and cut the cord long enough to make a handle (which is more for looks than use). I made a knot in the other end and pulled it through the wrapped jute to tie it.
Second, I put a dab of glue on the glass at the bottom of the jar, but the jute would slip off even more than on plastic. Again I put a small piece of tape on end of glued jute to fasten it to the glass jar. I applied glue on top of the tape and under jute as I wrapped around jar. I snipped the jute and applied glue to the end. I held it down with the side of the scissors.
This is the finished jar with jute added. I put shells in jar for coastal look.
Fished jar and rings.
For a coastal look I added shells to jar.
Rustic napkin rings and jar for coastal, cottage, country looks