Monday, February 25, 2013

Paper Doily Crafts {#12monthsofMartha}

Here are this months crafts for our 12 Months of Martha posts!  Here is the loot that I got this month!  
It included Martha's new Circle Edge Doily Punch!   I am so excited about this punch because there are so many things you can use them for!  They are going to be available March 2013 at Joann's and Michael's or now at Martha Stewart Crafts

Today I am going to show you 3 easy projects! 

The Circle Edge Doily Punch is easy to use  The Starter kit come with a punch to start with you can pick your size (from 6" to 12") and place your paper on it.  It uses magnets to keep everything in place.  Then you punch and spin, punch and spin...continue all around the circle and you get a beautiful doily! 

Once you have your doilies punched you can do all sorts of fun things with them! 

Project 1:  Easy cute party favor bags
So easy- just use a ziploc baggie and put some treats or small prizes inside.  Fold your paper doily in half {or in this case 2 paper doilies- sizes 8 inches and 6 inches}.  Staple them over the top of the bag and done!  This are great for, little gifts,  birthday parties, showers and weddings! 

Project #2: Paper Doily Garland:
Also so easy!  Fold your doilies in half and either glue or staple them over yarn or ribbon.  Great for seasonal decorating, parties or home decor!

You can also get other punches to make all sorts of fun doilies!  

Project 3: Cards or scrapbooking:
These doilies are so great to add to a card or a scrapbook page!  

Here are some more fun ideas for a party from Martha's page!   Those hats at just too cute! 

Check more fun projects using the Circle Edge Doily Punch my  12 Month of Martha Pinterest board!  

***Disclosure: I was supplied with the Martha Stewart craft supplies but my opinions are always honest!***


Christine said...

I just LOVE the banner!! You did a fabulous job! What a great idea to use the circle punch for a treat bag too!

Katie said...

Love what you did with your Martha products this month!

Eclectically Vintage said...

Love that banner and the colors are gorgeous!!

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