Pretty for Easters or Weddings

Hi friends! First of all I want to thank everyone who took the time to leave a supportive comment on the last post, they say shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half sorrow  so thank you for easing my burden. It is still hard but I know I am not alone:) Now let’s share some joy, here is an Easter favor I made the other day:

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It could be for weddings, or bridal showers too. Watch the video to see how it is made (it is quick and easy just in time for Easter!)

Supplies (sponsored by Papermart)
6″ round paper doilies
Bakers twine
Ribbon
Vellum paper
Buttons, pearls, flowers
Hot glue

Directions:
1. Cut a quarter circle of vellum slightly larger than your doily. Adhere both together.
2. Roll the doily into a cone and secure with glue.
3. Add a ribbon for hanging.
4. Embellish as desired.

I hope you enjoyed this project and I wish you all a very happy Easter. Til next time happy crafting.

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12 Responses

  1. I love this. I think lavender would be lovely in a power room.

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  2. Happy Easter! Hugs and joy to you

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  3. I remember how sad our family was when we had to say goodbye to our dog. My thought are with your family. I love your enthusiasm for crafting.

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  4. Very pretty Lindsay! Wishing you & your family a very Happy Easter!

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  5. Thinking of you

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  6. Very pretty. Hope you have a very good Easter.

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  7. This looks beautiful as always you come up with awesome ideas!!

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  8. Adorable and so simple , thanks Lindsey

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  9. Thank you for sharing this Lindsay. I admire your plunk. I hope things are getting a little easier for you and your family. Have a wonderful, blessed Easter. Love Candy

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  10. This was a nice touch to a mad hatter baby shower. Thanks for the idea.

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  11. […] watching this video from Lindsay, the Frugal Crafter, I made a selection of cones out of vellum and paper doilies. […]

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