Doilies make the cutest crafts. Many people already have these beauties in their homes either on display or tucked away in a closet or drawer. Doilies are delicate, feminine and look like lace. If you love adding a sweet vintage look to your craft projects, then you might want to consider doily crafting.
Scrapbookers will discover that adding bits and pieces of paper doilies to their layouts give a beautiful old-world feel to their memories. Card makers find that doilies work well for card crafting too. Crafters have even made wall art from doilies. Paper doilies have hundreds of uses. Your imagination only limits you.
You can use crocheted doilies for any of the following projects, but paper ones will work just as well. They aren’t very expensive, and you can find handmade doilies for pennies at a thrift shop. Paper ones are for sale at the dollar store or your big box hobby store.
So search your attic and closets for those hidden treasures and get crafting.
Nothing says spring is here more than tulips. Place a bunch of tulips into a mason jar, wrap with a doily and tie with a string like the one shown here from Yellow Bliss Road. A beautiful way to add a touch of rustic beauty to your home decor in seconds.
Celebrate your mother on Mother’s Day with this doily banner from Design Improvised. It is made from paper lace and kraft paper, then embellished with some pink fabric flowers and ribbon. What a beautiful and special way to tell your Mom just how much you appreciate her on her extraordinary day.
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