Lace be honest; these are adorable. It’s time for 32 Completely Charming Home DIY Projects That use Lace By Ashley McGetrick 1. Keep your books standing tall with these lacy book ends. Put an end to boring book ends. This project can get pretty messy, so I definitely recommend heading to your backyard, garage, or your neighbor’s driveway 😉 Using a drop cloth and apron are essential for keeping you and your work area tidy. 2 . Lace up some votives to create this chic gothic look, Or you can use colored lace to brighten things up 3. Use lace as a stencil to create stylish coasters. Soon you’ll be one of those people who forces everyone to use a coaster. 4. Make these dainty lace bowls to hold all your favorite things.
This DIY is as easy as 1,2,3: Turn your bowl upside down, soak the doily in fabric stiffener, and drape the doily on the bottom of the bowl. If you have a bowl and doilies already and don’t want to purchase fabric stiffener, you can make your own! Just mix equal parts white glue and water 5. Add a little lace to upgrade a basic throw pillow This is sooo cute and lovely. 6. Dress up your dinner table with a charming lace runner.
32 Decor ideas with Lace
Basically, it’s a bunch of doilies stitched together. So easy and cute. Step 1: Lay out your largest doilies first. Step 2: Fill in with smaller doilies. I used all different shapes and stuck with white and cream colors. Step 3: Overlap the edges of the big and small doiles so that the small ones aren’t always on top. and Step 4: Tack the doilies together using string on the UNDERSIDE. I tied a double knot in several spots using thread and a needle 7. You can also make these whimsical hot air balloons by decoupaging doilies. I don’t know why I would possibly need these, but I do. I do know you can make this if you visit link pasted under this video. 8. Wrap gifts in leftover lace scraps for the most precious presents ever. This will undoubtedly turn you into the Pinterest queen of your friend group. Tip #1: Use similar color paper and lace. Tip #2: Use straight pins to hold the lace in place. Tips #3: Use a wide ribbon for a neater presentation 9. Stencil lace designs onto a the cover of a journal to create a custom notebook. Because marble notebooks are sooo 6th grade. First, cut out a piece of lace slightly larger than the front of the notebook. Tape the lace firmly to the insides of the front page. Place a trash bag underneath the notebook to keep your workspace from getting paint on it. Also, tuck one edge of the trash bag between the front cover and the pages to prevent it from leaking through. Then, spray away! Once the paint begins to dry, slowly remove the tape and lace. and Let it continue to dry for the next couple of hours before using the notebook 10.
The same stencil concept can be used on bigger things like this coffee table. Spray paint can get the job done super quickly. First, covered the top of the table with lace and secured the edges underneath with masking tape. After making sure all the edges were secure, spray the legs a solid color to make the top pop even more! Next, Begin spray painting over the lace about a foot away, covering the entire table. I let the paint dry for about an hour on a warm day. and After it’s dry, slowly begin peeling the lace back to reveal your beautiful new table! 11. Dress the Windows with Lace Curtains. Or do something simpler.. Like.. 12. Lace Decorated Recycled Water Bottles Bonus 13.Table Cloth Your Dining Table for a week or so and feel something “positively changed” with your mood. 14. Lace Screen your Cabinet Windows if you want to be more than an organizing queen or princess. 15. Lace Embellished Shelves. Vintage lace, plates, chintz, teacups, pottery and all sorts of pretty things all dwell happily together on the shelves. Done..