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  • Tressie Stokes

    Repurpose your old rhinestone necklaces to make curtain tiebacks for a bohemian-inspired home. #interior decorating #home design ideas #room designs #living room design #home decorating before and after|

  • Stacey Merrill

    Easy boho idea: Costume Jewelry tiebacks from Dishfunctional Designs: Dreamy Bohemian Bedrooms: How To Get The Look

  • Jodi Spikes

    Decorate curtains with tie backs It's all in the detail. Transform plain curtains into a work of art with decorative tie backs. DIY beaded curtain tiebacks

  • Thelma Brymer

    How much do you pay for a curtain tieback on the average? $20.00 ? Not anymore. Salvage costume jewelry or old vintage jewelry and you have a prettier tieback that you will find in your local store. Repinned from Jackie Laramie Kuchtyn via Fran Jantz. - good idea! Really love this look.

  • Michelle Martin

    Good idea... Vintage necklaces repurposed as chic curtain tiebacks #DIY #decor

  • Priscilla Harrell

    Momo: Vintage necklaces as curtain tie backs, great idea!

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