I like to change the drapes in my family room with the seasons. I like something a bit heavier for the Fall and Winter, and then when Spring rolls around I like something a little lighter and brighter. I didn't want to spend a lot of money, but I was definitely itching for a change.
I decided to make my own drapes using paint drop cloths and a stencil that I already had. The drop cloths were $9.99 each at Lowes. I used stitch witchery to hem the sides, and then used an ikat stencil to create my own drapes.
I also used a little stitch witchery to attach a ribbon to the edge to give them a nice finished look.
Continue reading to see the finished product!
This was a pretty easy project with lots of bang for the buck! For the full tutorial, visit Our Fifth House!
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