How to make a doily

The images are pretty self explanatory but here are the steps.
  1. Trace a circle using a cup.
  2. Use large scalloped scissors to cut around the circle.
  3. Use a hole punch to punch a hole in each scallop.
  4. Punch another row above and in between the other holes.
  5. Erase circle or flip it over.
And done! 
boxes
You can use this same technique in a straight line to make a lace strip like I did for the package on the left.

Comments

Laura said…
All your projects are wonderful! I linked to this on my craft blog: http://aftrroadmap.blogspot.com/2010/12/handmade-doily.html
Delia said…
How pretty, easy, and free! Just how I like my crafts. :)
Such a pretty way to add something special to a package.
dana said…
oh this is so fun and cute. I'm definitely doing this. btw, sorry for all the comments. I love your blog. It's going in my reader. how did i just now find you??
what a nice idea. I´ll feature on my blog. Hope you don´t mind.
Hugs from Brazil
I just discovered your blog and I love it. I want to try to make the box from wall paper. I never knew what to do with left over wall paper, now I know. Thanks for the video.
Joanna said…
Hi there! I love this idea...it's so darling...and I was hoping that you might add it to my Easter and Spring Linking Party to share with my readers. If you are interested, you can go here http://bakedbyjoanna.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-linking-party.html to enter. Thanks!
Love this idea! Of course, I tried to make it as soon as I saw the picture directions lol. Definitely linking! :D
Sherrie said…
Oh i like, nice idea makes the package look lovely :)
Heather said…
This is so simple and easy to do and looks so lovely! Thank you for sharing this technique!
paniKa said…
A few day ago I found your blog. I think your ideas are amazing! Every day I'm looking forward to some more!! Hugs from Poland!
Just wanted to say that I just linked over via Pinterest, and I am in love!!
Josephine Cox said…
Love your site . Love also the quilt cards. Keep up the good work and the tutorial on making your own doily is wonderful.
debbie vazquez said…
Just a thought hon! You could also use other kinds of stamps to make the each different like a flower stamp or Diamond star oh the possibilities are endless thank you for the ideas!!!

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