You all know what a big fan I am of these lace sheets--I'm so happy they come in eight packs!!! And I'm even happier now that you can get them FREE during the month of March 2019. (read how!) However, if you're reading this too late, they are only $11 and worth EVERY CENT!!!
So I thought I'd share an idea from our last team meeting, using these cool pre-watercolored notecard bases. Sometimes the lace is a bit much covering the whole card, and this is a way to 'tame" it a bit and provide a visual border for it. You can either adhere the whole sheet down to your base cardstock at once, and then die cut circles from it, or you can cut circles of the lace and layer them on circles of cardstock.
TIP: I use Glue Dots to adhere lace petals and leaves (no mess!), and for parts of the design where that's too big, Multipurpose Glue. We also have Fine-Tip Glue, but be careful with that one as it clogs easily. You'll want to put the lid on IMMEDIATELY after use, EVERY time.
PS: If you missed it, I did a 20-card class on Delightfully Detailed lace sheets. It's in my $5 Classes to Go section on Etsy. Check it out!