1. Add glue to the top of a styrofoam ball. Using a straight pin, start winding twine in a spiral way to cover the ball. Keep adding glue as you continue and wrapping the twine constantly around the previous row. Secure the twine occasionally with a straight pin to hold in place. Continue gluing and wrapping until you reach the other end of the ball. Once you reach the center towards the other end of the ball, you will need more pins to hold the twine in place as because of the decrease, the twine does not want to stay in place. Keep the pins in the ball until it is dry and then remove the pins.
2. Clip the paper clip down to about an inch (2.5 centimeters) and bend it into a loop. Add a drop of glue to the ends of the paper clip and then insert it into the ball. Wait until adding a twine loop for hanging.
3. Tear a paper napkin motif out from the paper napkin. The torn edges have a more natural look and lay better than if they were cut. You will need only the top layer of the image you chose.
4. Place the image on the ball where you want it to be.
5. Simply dip the brush into the glue and carefully and softly brush across the image, catching the grooves of the wrapped twine.
You can all images all around the ball if you like. That way when it turns, all sides will be pretty.