DIY Macramé Bag (Our Second Version!) | Collective Gen
Like with anything, the more you practice the better you get. Enter the second version in our journey to the perfect DIY macramé bag. Enjoy knotting!
meg & the martin men
It’s official. Close the voting. My husband has already locked up Husband of the Year. When I originally came up with the bathroom design I didn’t know exactly how we were going to accomplish all of it because a lot of it was uncharted materials for us but we usually figure it out as we go. One of the aspects of the design called for a wood paneled tub apron. I know, I know. Wood in a wet room? Mama wants a wood paneled tub apron, mama gets a wood paneled tub apron. I priced out wood paneled…
DIY Burlap Roman Shades from Blinds - Bless'er House
Sharing is caring!ShareTweetPin1448sharesMy mom keeps saying I need to write a Bless’er House blunders post. Mainly because I have so many hilariously awful project fails that y’all have never seen. And yesterday, I created a borderline project fail. You’ll see all about it in a sec. Anyways, you guys! We have more office makeover progress!!! And it’s ...
The Easiest Guide EVER to Macrame
Learn the Basic Macrame Knots and Impress Everyone! You can make so many things with just these basic knots. You are in good hands here friends!
How To: Make Shades Out of Mini Blinds
This creative no-sew project from Jenny of The Little Green Notebook transforms plain white mini-blinds into custom fabric shades. It’s a great budget solution for beautiful window coverings.Project Supplies Tape measure Scissors Fabritac (or other fabric glue — NO HOT GLUE) Mini blinds Fabric Trim (optional) The basic premise behind the project is to remove most of the mini blind slates, and then to glue the fabric over the remaining slats.
Fabric Covered Window Shade Tutorial - Jacquelynne Steves
With this Fabric Covered Window shade Tutorial, learn how some fabric and a bottle of glue can transform your window shades and add personality to any room.
DIY Rullakappa / Roll up curtain // Rullakappa on näyttävä mutta helppo verhoratkaisu ja se onnistuu kätevästi myös itse. Tarvitset sopivan palan kangasta sekä tukipuun, esimerkiksi puuriman rautakaupasta. Ompele verho ikkunan korkuiseksi, tee alareunaan kuja rimalle ja lisää solmintanauhat yläreunaan. Kuvassa kuosina Kangastuksen oranssi Kalliokielo.
DIY Fabric Roller Shade
Hi friends! My friend Dria is here today to show you how she made a super easy and BEAUTIFUL roller shade for her kitchen...this simple DIY is definitely on my to-do list, and the best part?! It doesn't require sewing! Hi everyone! I'm Dria from Dio Home Improvements I'm over here today to sha...