One Material, Many Ways – 7 DIY Lace Projects


For many, lace conjures up thoughts of pale pinks, pearls, and overly-feminine attire, but today, we’re rounding up 7 great lace projects that prove lace can be so much more!

Cement Votives via Say Yes to Hoboken

Stenciled Dinnerware via The Craft Penguin

Seating Chart via Ruffled

Earring Holder via A Pretty Life

Earrings via Green Wedding Shoes

Upcycled Flats via Everything Happens in the Kitchen

Vase via Dream a Little Bigger

Learned a new technique or bought a specialty tool or material for that one special project but don’t know how to put it to use next? One Material, Many Ways is dedicated to rounding up the finest projects to put those special supplies and skills to use!

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  • Thanks so much for including my lace vases in your roundup! I’m about to check out that stenciled dinnerware – how fun!

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  • Reply September 8, 2013


    Thank you very much for including my lace earring holder in your round up!

  • Reply September 9, 2013

    Alyssa B

    Thanks for featuring my lace flats!
    Also, I love the votives. Who knew cement could be so pretty?

    • Reply September 9, 2013

      Alicia DiRago

      You’re welcome. And yeah, we <3 cement big time :)

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