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More tips from Miss Mustard Seed on using drop cloths for slip covers.
Drop cloth- yellow chair
upholstered in canvas drop cloth with handpainted detail to resemble grain cloth
love a french chair
painting drop cloth
My inspiration came from THESE CHAIRS by City Farmhouse I found them to be so beautiful, clean and classic. All that was needed was 3 coats of Annie Sloan - Old White, some leftover craft paint & a small drop cloth
OK, of course I would sew them, but pinned this to remember the look
Love dropcloth slipcovers. Looks like linen but more sturdy and way inexpensive.
I would have not thought you could print onto fabric with a standard printer. Great tutorial.
ruffled drop cloth curtains Allison, did you see this??? wow, just like we were talking about.
Tips On Making Slipcovers With Drop Cloths from Karen Norman via MissMustardSeed.com. What a great idea for a dressing table chair.
DIY: How to bleach painter's drop cloths in the washing machine (but add about a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide to the wash with my bleached drop cloths to neutralize the beach.
make a bulletin board by running dropcloth thru your printer. Great tutorial!
DYING over this chair from Miss Mustard Seed
French chair and love the rug (haven't checked but looks like Miss Mustard Seed)
Tips On Making Slipcovers With Drop Cloths (bleaching them soft white) This is a link to Miss Mustard seeds blog