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  • Undersea Jar

    I found these huge empty jars for $2 at my local continental deli. They previously held all sorts of pickled veges and condiments. I soaked them in a bucket of water to remove the labels and then we filled them with an undersea world. This project works on the principle that rocks sink and plastic floats. The seaweed is made of plastic bags and kitchen sponges. The fish we cut from craft foam and tied with fishing line to a metal nut.
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    Full instructions on my blog.
    cheers,
    miya
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  • #2
    What a fab idea. Looks great! May have to show my son this

    cj
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    • #3
      That looks lovely. I think it would be great if you would reverse the jar so that all the elements in it would be fixed. You can cover the lid as well with some felt paper and you can also add up some beads to spice things up.

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      • #4
        Very cute! I'm going to make one with my grandkids...they'll love making it!

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        • #5
          This is great

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