Before: Yes, most people would say it's totally fine the way it is... but that's not much fun is it ?
|After a good scrub down, I re-used all the curtain hooks and sewed new fabric to the tops. This gave me less work in the end and you can't see the old curtain tops anyway.|
|Very early 90's fabric not "bad" (cough )just not what I was going for. I purchased my fabric from the $1 yd bin at Walmart and Joannes craft store.|
|Yes my 5 month old enjoyed his time watching me clean.|
|Cheaper then buying polyfill !!|
|I took the old curtain down and cut the new fabric to match the old size. I kept a small strip at the top and cut the rest of the old stuff off.|
AFTER- A full weekend job and bam...... A whole lot of sewing, painting and cleaning and it's almost ready... I just need a hanging fruit basket!!
|Chalkboard paint for rainy days, need I say more.|
|Nothing is complete without matching raccoon pillows|
|LED battery operated lights from the dollar store can give you a nice soft light at night or early morning. Use all your extra fabric scrapes for a super cheap cute rag valance!|
|Battery operated light under $10 and it goes well with the red white and blue theme... Blog post here for the DIY|
|Burlap bunting easy and cheap to make!|