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How to Create a Stenciled Monogram Valance

Dress up your windows by adding a custom monogrammed valance made from a precut pine plank, ready-made drapery panel, art supplies and paint.

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Wrap and Staple Batting

Wrap valance box with batting, then attach along the interior of the box with staple gun.

Measure and Cut Fabric or Ready-Made Panel

Place yardstick directly on top of fabric or drapery panel. Based on overall height and depth of valance box, cut fabric or drapery panel to size using scissors.

Steam

Hang cut fabric or drapery panel along a door or drapery pole, then use steamer to remove all wrinkles.

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