Tutorial on how to cover a glass cloche with netting and fill it with seashells or coastal decor pieces from Dollar Tree.
COASTAL DECOR: HOW TO CREATE A NET COVERED CLOCHE FILLED WITH SEASHELLS
I’ll show you how I recycled the net bag our Easter ham came in. Plus, today is Thrift Store Decor Tour Day and I know you guys are as excited about the tour as I am.
The net bag from our ham was dark brown and since I was going to make coastal decor with the cloche, I decided to spray paint the bag white along with the bottom of the cloche and the top piece from the cloche.
I used my favorite Rust-Oleum Heirloom Satin (off-white) spray paint for the job. I keep a large stock of this spray paint on hand.
Once the paint dried, I wrapped the net around the cloche and hot glued it to the cloche on the backside. Then I trimmed the excess where the net was glued together on the back.
Now I had all the extra netting at the top of the cloche. I trimmed just a tad off the top and then pulling taut on the net all the way around the cloche top, I hot glued the net into place at the top.