window "screens" from old lace curtains

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Start with blank canvas, lay down stencil design, spray paint, remove stencils, install white or colored lights behind the painting, hang on wall! - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins

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DIY window detail- spray paint over old lace.

I decided that I didn't want to use curtains on our bathroom window so I was trying to find an alternative. I looked at the window films that they sell and didn't like how expensive they were.

Lace cornstarch window treatment. This is pretty cool! If you have your fabric coupons it may be cheaper than those EXPENSIVE privacy window clings you can get at Home Depot or Lowes.

DIY~ 15 Minute Window Shade. might try...

OMG - I love this project! I did doors on a cabinet - beyond awesome! On this photo from lemontreecreation...: she stained wooden boards with a dark stain - placed doormat on top - then sprayed over all with 4 light coats of creamy colored paint - letting dry between coats. Make sure you get the paint into all the openings. Do not move mat until it is completely dry or it will smear. When you remove it the stained wood that was covered by the mat leaves a beautiful design. You can use any c...

DIY Stained Glass curtain with old film slides #bedroom

This is a fun idea, I fell in love with this beautiful shower curtain, thought it was wasted in th bathroom, so I used it as regular curtain for my daughter's room. I love how I can change up the hooks and really customize the look.

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hang curtains from the ceiling... to avoid measuring, also makes ceilings look really high

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