How to make vacation sand memory jars

Who doesn't love going on vacation? Sun, sand and relaxation is are an ideal break from the daily grind. Unfortunately, vacation can't last forever. Until you can get back to a tropical place, create this DIY project to remind you of your time on the beach.
Grab some sand saved from your most recent getaway and get ready to reminisce about good times. Check out the video and instructions to see how you can make this pretty vacation sand memory jar.
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Materials
- Small glass jar or vial with cork stopper
- Seashells
- Hot glue gun
- Permanent marker
- Twine
- Scissors
- Funnel
- Sand
Instructions
1. Add a drop of hot glue to the top of the cork stopper. Press a seashell into the hot glue and allow the glue to harden.
2. Write the name of the vacation destination onto the jar with a permanent marker. Add dots to the letters to give them a fun look.
3. Cut off a small section of twine. Wrap it around the neck of the jar, securing it with a knot. Cut off any excess twine.
4. Place a funnel into the opening of the jar and add the sand to it. Remove the funnel once all the sand is inside.
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5. Place the cork stopper back on the jar.
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