Put this little jar on your mad-laboratory shelf for giggles this spooky season! We found the glass jar at the dollar store and used scraps of dark grey yarn!
For each jar you will need
- 1 small glass jar with a lid
- dark grey worsted weight yarn; several pieces about 3-inches long
- white cardstock, to print label template
- scraps of scrapbook paper for label
- downloaded label template
scissors, ruler, pencil, craft glue, scrapbook paper glue or double sided adhesive tape, computer, and printer
Download and print label template onto white cardstock, or make your own from your favorite font*
Wash and dry glass jar. Snip dark grey yarn into several 3-inch pieces. Unwind the yarn into plies, then unwind and fray into strands. The desired effect is of fluffy hair that resembles wool.
Add yarn to jar, cutting and fraying more yarn as needed to fill the jar.
To make label, cut printed label from cardstock. Cut scrapbook paper slightly larger than label and adhere to label with glue or double sided tape, using photo as a guide. Repeat with a second piece of paper. Adhere completed label to front of jar.
*We suggest making a trial copy of the label template download onto plain white paper before proceeding with the cardstock.
Click here to print a copy of these instructions->Download Craft pdf Template-Wool of Bat filled jar
Click here to print a copy of the label template->Download Craft pdf Template-Wool of Bat Label Template