New Curtains & Some DIY No-Sew Curtains
What?! I'm actually giving a Michigan house update? Yesterday I shared our DIY bathroom cabinet & today I'm sharing a few curtains that we have hung up in the house before. Why not more curtains than these? Because most of our windows are sitting there naked & curtain-less & sad. We did manage to hang some curtains up on the first level of our house & I made some DIY no-sew curtains for our lower level sliding door as well. One window at a time we are finally getting some privacy back…
How to make drop cloth curtains for the porch or patio - Debbiedoos
How to make your own drop cloth curtains that require zero skill and NO sewing involved. You can make several sets from just one drop cloth
front porch makeover
isn't it funny how sometimes things just don't look as good in pictures as they do in real life? this is definitely the case. over the last couple months we did a little sprucing up on our front ...
How To Make DIY Curtains Out Of Drop Cloths
You may have noticed that I am not your normal DIY blogger. Most of my blogging friends do projects for their homes and have beautiful pictures of their projects staged in the location the project was meant for. Well I must admit that a lot of my projects are done backwards. Take for instance these DIY curtains I made out of a drop cloth. I wanted to make outdoor curtains for the lake house. As you have probably realized most of my current projects have been for our lake house fixer upper…
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50 Ways to Decorate With One $10 Hardware Store Staple
Drop cloths are sturdy fabric, come in a basic neutral shade, and are readily available for little money at the hardware store. Need I say more? Okay, then I will. Drop cloths look remarkably similar to linen, so you can get that relaxed, coastal, or rustic vibe for less. Check out these 50+ projects to get the look… A hand-printed rug, done by Poppytalk, with a Sharpie! I love this super colorful painted and sponge-pattern rug that Nellie Bellie made.