To create this look, I cut out a piece of black lace (sold by the yard at fabric stores) that was the same size as our screen. Using a thin needle and black thread, I made small stitches at each corner to tack the lace to the screen. The great part about this is that it only takes a few snips of a scissor to release it when I am tired of it.

To create this look, I cut out a piece of black lace (sold by the yard at fabric stores) that was the same size as our screen. Using a thin needle and black thread, I made small stitches at each corner to tack the lace to the screen. The great part about this is that it only takes a few snips of a scissor to release it when I am tired of it.

kitchen cabinet doors with glass inserts | The covered porch entry had been removed after 1978. The porch has now ...

kitchen cabinet doors with glass inserts | The covered porch entry had been removed after 1978. The porch has now ...

Tutorial on how to add deep 10" mouldings to a window frame using  8" of plywood, a 2" Crown and a small narrow picture moulding to fill in gpas and add interest...via Thistlewood Farm

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Tutorial on how to add deep 10" mouldings to a window frame using 8" of plywood, a 2" Crown and a small narrow picture moulding to fill in gpas and add interest...via Thistlewood Farm

Emily Henderson Tested Temporary Window Film So You Don't Have To

Emily Henderson Tested Temporary Window Film So You Don't Have To

using pvc pipe and spray paint... for those extra wide windows and odd shaped corners...great tutorial!

Drop Cloth Curtains, How to Make DIY Drop Cloth Curtains

using pvc pipe and spray paint... for those extra wide windows and odd shaped corners...great tutorial!

Make a cornflour podge (aabout 2 tablespoons cornflour mixed with about an equal amount of cold water. Add to about a cup and a half of boiling water from the kettle. Use the resulting jelly to paint a thick layer onto the window pane. Cut out a rectangle of ironed lace using a template. Paste onto the pane, and cover with another layer of podge. Leave to dry. Wash with warm water to remove.

Make a cornflour podge (aabout 2 tablespoons cornflour mixed with about an equal amount of cold water. Add to about a cup and a half of boiling water from the kettle. Use the resulting jelly to paint a thick layer onto the window pane. Cut out a rectangle of ironed lace using a template. Paste onto the pane, and cover with another layer of podge. Leave to dry. Wash with warm water to remove.

Lace Window Screens, now I know what to use to repair my screen door.. and should be great for privacy as well...

Lace Window Screens, now I know what to use to repair my screen door.. and should be great for privacy as well...

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