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Royal-Lace-Garlands-diy

Royal Lace® Garlands

Doilies and silk ribbons combine to make graceful garlands to be draped over pews at the wedding ceremony or festooned along reception tables. From top: Lacy circles are laid flat

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Doily-Narcissus-diy

Doily Narcissus

Grasp center of doily and make a twist, causing doily o ruffle into a bunch. Pinch together at bottom tightly and wrap with short piece of transparent tape. Repeat for 3 more blooms.

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Doily-Rosebud-diy

Doily Rosebud

Cut 8” doily in half. Cut in half again (parallel to first cut). Take the longest strip and cut a loosely scalloped edge on the longest side.

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Flower Bouquet

Trim off stems of Medium color flowers to measure 8″ from top of flower to end of stem. Retain leaves. Trim off stems of a few light color flowers to measure 7” from top of flower to end of stem, then trim remaining stems to measure 9″. Retain leaves. Trim off stems of tiny flowers to measure 12″ from top of flower to end of stem. Retain leaves.

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basket-Bouquet-diy

Basket Bouquet

Line medallion doily with a 3″ circle of red paper. Fold both in half and glue small bunches or dried flowers to inside of folded shape, letting buds extend around edges. Seal with small dab of glue.

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Bear-Ornament-diy

Bear Ornament

Glue black sequin eyes, black pom pom nose, brown pom pom ears and pink felt mouth to 1 brown pom pom. After dipping one end glue, insert one third or toothpick up through bottom center or bear head.

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Book-of-Memories-diy

Book of Memories

Cut a 3″ circle out of the center of the round doily. Make a single cut through the remaining doily ring. Fan fold this remaining doily ring into 1″ sections, forming a pleated strip.

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victorian-party-favors

Victorian Party Favors

Place doily face down on a flat surface (FIG. A)
Fold in half as shown. The design should be visible (FIG. B). Fold corners up to the 12 o’clock position, bringing the folded edges together to form a seam up the center (FIG. C)

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