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covering cheap roller shades with fabric.

Buy a few yards of your favorite fabric and whip up these roller blinds courtesy of Design Sponge.

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custom roller shades. This is a fabulous idea. You are completely dismantling a store bought shade and making a new one out of medium weight fabric. But I'm wondering if you could take a lightweight fabric and fuse it to the existing shade. Would be alot easier.

Glue fabric to Wal-Mart roller blind! OH my word...how did I not think of this!

cottage and vine: Fabric Covered Roller Shades - Finally

DIY No-Sew Fabric Covered Blackout Roller Blinds by The DIY Mommy. Just use spray adhesive, fabric and ribbon for an exciting update to your roller blinds!

bright patterned blinds - well, it's different to my white obsession

pallet platform bed. Roller blind 'Tree' - Boudie and Fou

Cheap roller blinds covered with fabric. All you need is fabric glue - another good idea

Cover a pull down shade with fabric of your choice. Great idea!---- This was SO easy and the shades really look awesome. Shades were $4 each at Walmart, fabric was $13. Total for whole project only $21! I added valances to the top to hide the roll.