As long as you have a bottle of your choice of Mod Podge and a glue gun, you’re set to go. For wrapping, you can use yarn, string, thread, ribbon, or anything else you have that may be wrap-able.
1. Ground the End of the Wrapper: You’ll need to ground the end of the twine with a dot of hot glue. Make sure that it’s not interfering with the base of the jar (so it will sit flat on your table).
2. Begin wrapping the twine as tightly as you like, and globbing a fair amount of Mod Podge on a few rows at a time as your work toward the neck of the jar.
3. Keep going, wrapping and smooshing the twine downward, and globbing the Mod Podge on. Don’t worry if you feel like you’re obscuring the twine, because it will dry clear.
4. Clip the excess twine when you’re finished wrapping, and secure the end with another small dot of hot glue. Then, cover the entire jar with a liberal coat of Mod Podge. I wiped it onto the rim of the jar in order to have a slightly matte finish.