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DIY Ikat Stenciled Curtains

DIY: Ikat Stenciled Drapes

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member ourfifthhouse from the Su Casa group:

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.

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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!


Have you been doing any DIYs lately? Be sure to share them with the Su Casa group!

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