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Easy update to roller shades...and cheap! I'm going to do these in the kids rooms and maybe one upstairs!

The roller blinds, cover the front with fabric. Use a 3M adhesive spray and adhered the fabric to the blind.

First Home Love Lifefrom First Home Love Life

DIY Fabric Roller Shade

For kitchen window? *NO SEW* DIY Fabric Roller Shade: A very inexpensive but BEAUTIFUL window treatment solution! | Dio Home improvements for www.firsthomelove...

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DIY Roman Shade

DIY Roman shade from canvas fabric & cheap blinds. Cool!

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Transform a boring window roller blind by covering it with pretty fabric and attaching it with hot glue

Transform a boring window roller blind by covering it with pretty fabric and attaching it with hot glue - 31 Home Decor Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

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How To: Fabric Headboard

fabric on walls using starch and an iron. comes off like a breeze! perfect for apartment's!!!! You can use this idea for an accent wall, not just a headboard. Or maybe a zebra print border in your dorm room.

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How to Transform a Lamp Shade with Fabric

Lamp Shade Makeover with Fabric by Just a Girl and Her Blog

This lady tells you how to redo furniture WITHOUT sanding or anything! And she swears by benjamin moore ironclad latex low lustre metal and wood enamel. Also she uses cheap foam rollers from walmart and cheap foam brushes from hobby lobby. First, Cut in the trim and angles with the foam brush then roll on the paint with the roller.

You can paint fabric with Cece Caldwell paints. There is no icky “crunchy” feel that you get when you paint fabric with latex, after paint dries, you can just wipe with a damp sponge, smooths the paint out, and you have a brand new look. Awesome!