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Inspiration: In love with lace.

I am currently obsessed with lace and luckily Fabric Mart is filling my craving!
It is paradise here with all the new lace trims online and the beautiful lace available for wholesale.
(Didn't know we did wholesale?
Visit our wholesale website to contact us about how we can help your business!)

I've been swooning over my options and decided to take some time to peak around Pinterest for ideas.
I found so many adorable ways to utilize the new trims on our website.

Venice lace is absolutely gorgeous, but big projects can get a little pricey.
Here are some projects I found that only use a little so you can enjoy the lace
without spending all your fabric allowance! -Kaitlin
1. Lace Cuff- Make your own using a piece of lace and fabric stiffener!
3. Add a little lace to fancy up your high heels! Just apply with a bit of fabric glue. 


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