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  • Kearstin Roberson

    DIY curtains + shades | interior design room

  • Nikki Balestrere

    No Sew Curtains: Bring the "wow-factor" to a room by accenting hanging tab-top panels with ribbon and rick rack. Natural colors and textures will help keep the pattern from being overwhelming. Before applying trim, carefully measure out the pattern and mark accordingly. Each X extends from side to side and repeats three times from the top to the bottom. The ribbon is glued down first, then the rickrack is glued on top of it. Finally, a button is glued at each intersection. To finish off the edges, cut the ribbon 1 inch longer than needed, wrap it around the edge of the curtain and glue it to the back.

  • Heather Mora

    Love the old dresser with baskets and hydrangea on top! Ooh--glue ribbon on in a pattern. “Choosing natural colors and textures keeps the boldness of the pattern in check.”

  • BJ Rbsr

    DIY Curtains and Shades 2013 Ideas - Architecture Decoration Ideas

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