Easy DIY Project: Vintage Lace Decorated Flower Pots

I love vintage lace. 🙂  I have a stash of lace trims that I found at an estate sale, and I love using these trims to decorate everything.  My supply is starting to run a little low so I will have to replenish soon though!  I decided to dress up some plain flower pots for our front “porch” (not actually a porch at all).

I just started with a few plain flower pots, some that were thrift store finds, and some larger ones that I actually found at the 99 Cent store!  I measured off enough lace to go around the rim of each, and glued in place with a glue gun.  I used a different type of lace on each size pot.  I filled the smaller pots with various succulents, and the larger ones with geraniums.  I love the finished result, decorating the area around our front door!

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Sewing Curtains from Wedding Leftovers

I had some leftover lace fabric from the lace tablecloth overlays that I sewed for our wedding reception. Luckily, I had just the perfect amount to make sheers for our living room! I also sewed a bunch of the vintage handkerchiefs from our wedding decor together to make curtains for the door in one of the hallways. I love the end result!

Alicia in Wonderland Blog - Curtains Sewn from Wedding Leftovers