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  • Chrissy Liam

    Laundry room Super easy pleated valance. The look of a roman shade without the work. Do for den! (do two ribbons for the wide window, one on each side)

  • Stephanie Bieloski

    10 VERY EASY DIY VALANCES TO MAKE @ Home Decor Ideas

  • Stephanie Moore Deroy

    Easy Window Treatment Projects - Pleated Valance - kitchen Windows

  • Donna Good

    Pleated Valance and love the wall color

  • noula noula

    Cute window covering! Looks like a Roman shade, but is just a pleated valance.

  • Nicole Thoresen

    Pleated Valance We love this window treatment idea: It serves the function of a valance but has the pleated look of a Roman shade. To make this window treatment, back a rectangle of the drapery fabric with a light-blocking fabric using fusible webbing (to prevent light-emitting needle holes). Iron in deep pleats and starch heavily. Stitch pleats into place and glue a grosgrain ribbon down the middle. Tie the ribbon in a loose bow at the bottom. -kitchen window

  • April Hall

    Love this curtain idea for my kitchen window!

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