Sugar starch, apply doilies to balloon, let dry, pop balloon and remove. Paper or crochet doilies could be used.

Burlap & Doily Luminaries: Rustic meets Romance - Crafts by Amanda

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Must make!! Teal doilies?

Love this idea! Cover balloons with tulle and add flowers.

Leaves modpodged to a balloon, balloon then popped and removed.

DIY dreamcatcher I really like this

You need: Old crochet doilies A balloon Wallpaper glue Soak the doilies in the glue, and stick them on the balloon.  I used five doilies. Let the doilies overlap a little bit. Hang the balloon to dry. My doilies are quite thick, and needed at least a day to dry. When its dry you prick the balloon, and voila - you have a beautiful candleholder:)

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Mediterranean light lace. One trick: To shape, and harden the doilies, cook rice grains in plenty of water; When the rice is cooked and the water pasty, drain in a sieve. With the water of the rice starch, spray (or dip) the doilies that you want to shape and let dry...

add holly to little vases, fill with water and then add a tea-light" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

This simple project is made by soaking cloth doilies in sugar starch and then forming it around a balloon. One the starch dries, pop the balloon and you have a romantic tea light holder that can be used as part of your tablescape.

hanging mason jars with pebbles and candles

diy pop can ashtray - this is pretty clever (could be used for other things too)

Lace bowls...so easy!

Burlap & Doily Luminaries: Rustic meets Romance

Take water balloons and dip them in wax so you'll have gorgeous luminaries and not a million glass ones you don't know what to do with.

Absolutely love this idea! Making one this next weekend for my Bestie <3

1 hula hoop (spray painted) + 2 strings of icicle lights and duct tape. outdoor chandelier.

Such a great, inexpensive and pretty way to decorate at Christmas. Our grocery store had stemware for a couple of dollars between Thanksgiving and Christmas last year.