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Glue fabric to a roller blind using a hot glue gun with fabric glue. Leave 1/2 inch on each side and 1 inch on the bottom. You only need as much fabric as you would see when it's unrolled in your window.

Cover a flat cookie sheet ($1 store!) with fabric and get an instant magnet board. Smart idea!

i love this mixture of feminine colors, shabby chic style, and bavarian-esque embroidery.

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

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Carly - Covering roller blinds with fabric. I did this to the roller blinds in our kitchen and they look really nice, but I used heavy housewares fabric so my shaded no longer roll, they are stationary. It's not a good long term shade for me, so I'll either have to buy new fabric and redo or get new shades b/c we change the length all the time. Or we used to...

DIY Roman shades! so simple! and i think you could sew fabric on the back side so the blind isnt visible

cottage and vine: Fabric Covered Roller Shades - WOW - great solution for many of the windows in the new house that won't have window coverings right away. I can't wait to try this!