3M makes a product for hanging that has a hook on it. I'd give that I try! Be warned though, they can get pricey!
Thanks for the suggestion...I do have those vinyl siding hooks (they look like a " j "). I will try those in addition to hammering some holes in any wood I can find so I can really STRETCH the netting! Thanks again!There are siding hooks out there that might be useful. Do a google search for "siding hooks", lots of places sell them, probably home depot, etc.
Here's a link that will show you several types of them:
JMT Home Products - No Hole Vinyl Hook
BTW there are also hooks for brick houses.
Brick & Block Hooks - Fireplace Accessories - Fireplaces and Accessories - Indoor Decor - Improvements Catalog
Brick Hangers, Brick Hooks, Brick Hangers - Improvements Catalog
I used the netting both inside and outside. I had similar problems with attaching to brick, but I think I'll try some of the clips one of the previous posters mentioned this year. Overall, I think it's a great effect. Obviously, using the netting on interior walls is much easier. I just used a stapler. Here's a pic of one angle of my bathroom. There was more netting over and around the tub, but unfortunately I don't seem to have a picture of that angle. Figures!
You just need to be sure that you pull it very tight when you're attaching it to the wall. When you snip with scissors after it's pulled the holes just kind of create themselves. You'll get the hang of it pretty quickly!