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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!

Custom roller shades from cheap Walmart shades. Read the whole article for how she did get them to roll up correctly. cottage and vine: Fabric Covered Roller Shades - Finally

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No Sew Tie Up Shades

No sew tie up shades (gorgeous and EASY!)

No. 29 Designfrom No. 29 Design

No-sew hanging valance tutorial

No-sew hanging valance tutorial Dress up the top of your windows.

No Sew Faux Roman Shade - had this made and hung in under 30 minutes! Works over blinds, too! #window #roman #fabric #diy #decor #easy #fast

The roller blinds, cover the front with fabric. Use a 3M adhesive spray and adhered the fabric to the blind.

In My Own Stylefrom In My Own Style

No Sew Window Treatment: Relaxed Roman Shades

Use your favorite fabric to make this no sew Relaxed Roman Shade window treatment. {} #windowtreatments #DIY #nosew I'm gonna need this tutorial when I get the kitchen finished. Start now looking for a beautiful piece of fabric.

Good Housekeepingfrom Good Housekeeping

DIY Decorating Ideas

Customize a roller shade with cheery ribbon. Measure the shade to determine how much ribbon you need (you'll position it 3 inches from the shade's edges; we used 4 1/2 yards at $4 a yard); cut to fit. Iron ribbon to create 45-degree points where the corners fall; affix with clear craft glue (like Magna-Tac, $5). For the pull, fold a length of ribbon in half; glue it to itself and to the shade.

Sew a Fine Seamfrom Sew a Fine Seam

Burlap Roman Shade

Super simple instructions on how to sew a Burlap Roman Shade


No-Sew Roller Shade

No sew roller shade.

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Sleep Soundly with Blackout Roller Shades

Blackout Roller Shades