DIY Lace Doily Bowl

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Hey everyone! Courtney is in Tennessee this week and we’re working on a LOT of fun DIYs that we cannot wait to share this summer. Today I’m going to share with you a fun DIY Lace Doily Bowl tutorial that I created last week and shared the video over on my Youtube channel. Everyone has loved it over their, so I thought I would share the step out tutorial with you today.  Let’s jump into it.

BONUS! Go See These Beautiful Lace Doilies So Affordable And Perfect For This Craft!

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Supplies : Americana Acrylic Paint | Americana Fabric Stiffener | Darice Doilies | Plastic Bowls or BalloonsDIY_Lace_Doily_Bowl_1
1. Pour Fabric Stiffener into a mixing bowl.
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2. Apply a few drops of Americana Acrylics to the mixture and stir.
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3. Saturate your doily and apply onto the bowl and let sit for 24 hours. 
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4. After 24 hours, remove from the bowl and you can see how you now have a doily bowl you can add jewelry or candy into it.
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Hope you enjoyed this DIY Lace Doily Bowl tutorial. I really enjoyed creating these and I know my mom is really going to enjoy these bowls for her jewelry.
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Didn’t you guys love this lace craft idea? I think it turned out so cute and I love displaying them in my home! You can use any color paint you want to compliment any room or design. If you enjoyed this DIY craft idea then be sure to leave us a comment down below and tell us your favorite one!

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Hey! I am Tanner Bell. I am 17 years old, and have been producing crafting videos since March of 2010. I'm a Spokesperson for DecoArt and love be able to share fun DIYs with their products. I have so much fun inspiring millennial's to create and hope you enjoy our site.

18 Comments to DIY Lace Doily Bowl

  1. Sorry, but any sort of food in something covered with acrylic paint is a no-go!
    You should not recommend that but point out that it is NOT to be used with food.

  2. Sondra C Gray

    I have heard that moisture or high humidity will cause them to lose their shape. Is this true?

  3. What if you sprayed them with polyurethane? Could you use them with food and would they resist humidity better?

  4. Love the idea of just white with colored Christmas balls. Could change items for different holidays or seasons. Very cute!

  5. Martyellen

    These are wonderful. I will be making a bunch of them for gifts. Thank you for sharing. Retirement is fun.

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