Ten ways to repurpose old doilies in eclectic decor


Would your kids know what doilies are? Most wouldn’t! Moved far out of fashion, doilies were used for decorating the house and so much more.

The Refab Diaries have come up with 10 ways to repurpose your old doilies to decorate your home!

1. Vintage Doily Mobile by Sparkle Candace, who stitched vintage doilies and felt together then cut the shapes freehand.

2. A doily vase

3. A dreamcatcher

4. A -simple small pillow adornment

5. Doily table runner

6. Vintage footstool

 7. A lamp

 8. Doily window treatment

9. Doily plant hanger

10. A jewelry organizer 




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