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  • SG Wedding Guide

    DIY Soak lace doilies in glue, arrange on a blown up balloon, brush on 1 more coat of glue let dry for at least 24 hrs. Pop balloon, carefully peel away voila! You have a lace bowl! And a neat candle holder for wedding reception centerpiece. Keywords: #diyweddinginspirationandideas #jevel #jevelweddingplanning Follow Us: www.jevelweddingplanning.com www.pinterest.com/jevelwedding/ www.facebook.com/jevelweddingplanning/

  • Cropley House

    DIY Lace Doily Tea Light Holders: Soak lace doiles in glue, arrange on a blown up balloon, brush on 1 more coat of glue & let dry for at least 24 hrs. Pop balloon, carefully peel away & voila! You have a lace bowl!

  • Josie Chandler

    Use sugar starch and form doilies around a balloon. Dry, prick the ballon and remove-- This would be a great DIY idea for a flameless candle holder at a wedding.

  • Michelle Young

    Use a balloon as a mold for a votive holder made from a doily to create this romantic candle holder and a little more to create a centerpiece!

  • Vicky Olson

    Lace candle holders. Great idea for pretty centerpiece

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