Learn how to turn family heirlooms into a hanging piece of doily wall art for your home! If you love antique malls or estate sales, chances are that you have seen lots of doilies.
They have gone out of vogue in regular home decor, but they possess an intricate beauty that reminded me of snowflakes. I came into possession of a large tote full of them when we were clearing out a home to be demolished. At first I wanted them to drift across the wall like snowflakes, but executing that idea was a little difficult. Then I wanted them on a large canvas, but that was cost prohibitive, so I settled on a wall hanging using materials I already possessed.
Then I found a large roll of fabric that I got from an estate sale years ago that was wide enough to fill the space. I actually didn’t add the tiniest ones until the next day and just used the hot glue gun to attach them. It really blended in seamlessly with the rest of the bedroom’s pink, girly theme.
Fold the top edge down two inches to make a pocket for the curtain rod to slid into.
The ribbon needs to be tied all the way around the end of the curtain rod, then a big bow made in the middle.