Fun Idea: Lace doilies aren’t exactly fashionable home decor any more, but if you’ve still got some laying around – even if they’re ripped and otherwise unusable – they can be turned into a pretty globe lantern using glue and a balloon. Other items that might work include lace handkerchiefs and tablecloths.
Lace doilies aren’t exactly fashionable home decor any more, but if you’ve still got some laying around – even if they’re ripped and otherwise unusable – they can be turned into a pretty globe lantern using glue and a balloon. Other items that might work include lace handkerchiefs and tablecloths.
Tissue holder out of a handkerchief - ridiculously easy! I wish I had seen this while Mom was still with us...she'd have loved it!
Frilly No-Sew Valances ~ Show off a collection of old-fashioned handkerchiefs by clipping them onto a curtain rod covered with a fabric sleeve or a ribbon wrap
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hanky quilt- good information for me, I have my quilts (yes, 2 of them) tops almost done. They are so cute!
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I wish I had seen this earlier this year! You can buy vintage handkerchiefs in bulk (100 handkerchiefs for around 60 bucks!) You can use them as napkins, make a bunting, fabric flowers, or even your invitations!
handkerchief shower curtain, Old lace and vintage handkerchiefs from grandma's stash and garage sales. I wanted a vintage looking shower curtain for my bathroom.
vintage handkerchief cafe curtains
vintage handkerchiefs - how many do you have that need to be pitched but what a way to save one!