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20 April 2011

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Lauren @ Crafty in the Concrete Jungle

I LOVE this project - I can't wait to try it. Thanks for posting such a great idea :)

Katie

I took the idea of this craft and turned it into sprucing up a candle! Thank you so much!!!!!

Mary

This is so gorgeous!
Love it!

Suzonne

They are water-resistant, not waterproof. So no dishwasher! I use mine for flowers and I clean the interior of them, but I don't let them soak in a tub of water. Basically, less is more. But they're really easy to make and the Mod Podge seals the white fabric so it stays fresh looking. I've had mine for almost a year now and they look great.

Erika

This is awesome! Will definitely try this.
Was wondering how the pieces do in the dishwasher? Or do you hand wash, or whats your tactic there to keeping them.

Erika

Elisa

There are just lovely! I love the overall effect, the texture that the lace adds to an all-white vase or bowl. Just lovely - makes me want to attempt this, even though crafts are really not my forte!

Amanda

What a great project! :) I've featured this post on Craft Gossip here:
http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/decoupaged-lace-containers/

If you would like a "featured by" button, you can grab one here:
http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/grab-a-craft-gossip-button/

The Rustic Alley

Love this inventive way to use lace. It almost looks like antique milk glass from a distance. I posted it on my blog http://therusticalley.blogspot.com/2011/10/repin-wednesdaysdiy-projects.html.

pendy

My daughter used lace from my wedding dress to refashion my veil. The leftovers will be perfect for this project and will make a great memento of both of our weddings. Thanks!

Amberly C.

Got the mod podge, gonna go raid the kitchen now!!! Thanks for sharing such a cute and easy project.

Vernice Duford

Love love this will certainly try this genius

claire

Clap, clap, clap! This project is LOVE!

internodiciotto

hey i just found this through oh hello friend and this is hilarious! i totally want to make one right now! can i share your project on my blog, is that ok? of course i link back to you!

Mitzi Curi

Absolutely brilliant! I will be trying this later today!

Theophanie

These are gorgeous! What a wonderful idea.

Van

Wow, this is gorgeous! You are inspiring me to go home and make something right now!

Tanya Ruffin

That is so elegant. I have to try this technique!

Mod Podge Amy

These are gorgeous - and would look awesome in any setting!

Amie {Kitty Cats and Airplanes}

I'm going to be sharing this on a lace round up on my blog tomorrow! Thanks for the beautiful inspiration.

Tracy

How GORGEOUS is this??!! I c-a-n do this! I've become such a girlie-girlie and can't wait to apply this to my bedroom makeover.
Thanks for the tutorial!

Kitty

Absolutely LOVE this lace project! I wanted you to know I featured you today on a few of my favorite crafts of late!!
http://threeyearsofdeath.blogspot.com

Kitty

Irene

Is there any reason I couldn't use these to hold votive candles? I'm thinking I could try Goodwill for a collection of containers....

mel mccarthy

Incredible. What a great idea to combine the softness of lace with the permanence of porcelain. Lovely!

Tammy

How AWESOME!!! I am just not that creative to come up with stuff like this!! Thank God for talent like yours or my life would be a very dull and boring one!! :)
I do have a quick question, I hame holding a tea sitting in my home and they would look great on some tea cups...do you think I can put hot liquid in the cup without messing them up??

Betty aka ZacksNana

OMW! How did I miss this??? It really makes for some stunning display ware and very attractive catchalls. Love the lace on...

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