I found quite a few stunning doilies at an opshop in Te Puke recently and so purchased them thinking I must be able to use them for something.  I looked on Pinterest and sure enough, there are heaps of ideas for traditional doilies.

First Creation…

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Second Creation…

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The original doilies

You can see the small fan shape one on the left.   I still have the large one to create something.  Watch this space!

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