Make DIY Curtains From Bed Sheets
Get a high-end look at a low-end price with these repurposed DIY curtains.
- king-sized sheets
- seam ripper
- hemming tape
- fabric medium
Cut the Flat Sheet in Half
Use a Seam Ripper to Pull Off the Thread on Each End
Starch and Iron Sheet
Hem the Cut Edges With Iron-On Hemming Tape
Fabric Medium Creates a Softer, More Flexible Finish on Fabric
Go for Tone on Tone With a Metallic Paint: One Part Paint, Two Parts Medium
Stir Until Thoroughly Combined
Remove Excess Paint
A Classic Stencil From the Craft Store Adds an Elegant Finish
Allow 24 Hours to Dry Before Hanging
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