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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.
A few weeks back I shared some pics of the window treatments in our master bedroom and I promised to share all the details from the fabric to the “how to” details… well I finally got it done!!! Can you believe I made these with the cheap, ugly mini-blinds that were hanging in our house …
DIY Easy no-sew Roman shades. Going to seriously consider this, got my wheels turning on this idea.
If it got any easier...I would have to make one for the whole house! Absolutely amazing!~ No sew Roman shades!
DIY Roman Shade Fashion an easy window treatment by pairing a finished rectangle of fabric with two sets of contrasting ties. Gather the fabric to the desired length and knot the ties, then hang the fabric from a tension rod.