I nearly flipped the table. True story.
As I counted backwards from 10, I realized that I could just cover it up with something. Paper and fabric came to mind but I had the sudden image of myself with a ruler and cutting and measuring and possibly sweating and gluing and having to peel more of that label crap off and I nearly began to hyperventilate. So, I decided to wrap the whole thing in twine!
Twine, you lovely material that makes things quaint and rustic and lovely! I love you Twine, for you are so pleasant and easy to work with. Twine and Alleen's tacky glue made this project possible and quick and easy, might I add.
So basically all I did was use my glue gun to hold the first piece of heavenly twine onto the jar. Then, I covered parts of the jar with Alleen's tacky glue and just wrapped. I continued this process until it was all wrapped up and then I used my glue gun again to affix the final end of twine.
At this point it felt naked. I added a bow.
I like it better now. See how easy that was?!