The Happiest DIY Curtains Ever

    Ivan Solis | designlovefest
    Ivan Solis | designlovefest

    DIY Flower Curtains

    White curtains. Love them. White curtains with 3D bursts of happy flowers – love them even more! If you are yearning for a pop of color in your bedroom, these easy DIY flower curtains from DesignLoveFest may be just the answer. This cool idea comes together with a high quality fabric glue, flowers from a craft store and your sweet, sweet time.

    Here’s your path to flower happiness:

    1. Curtains

    Re-use curtains that you are in the mood to modify or purchase inexpensive white sheers. If you are re-using your old curtains, give them a hand wash in the tub, hang to dry and iron before applying the flowers.

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    2. Flower Power

    Decide what colors you want to highlight in your room. This particular DIY features bold oranges and pinks but you could opt for a more subdued look. Search for sales on artificial flowers online or check out the bargain area of your local craft store. You may even have some flowers left over from a past project!

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    3. Glue, Glue, and Glue Some More

    Lay out your two curtains on the floor next to each other so that you can look at the project as a whole. Arrange the larger flowers at the bottom and smaller flowers at the top. According to DesignLoveFest, it should look like the flowers are falling down the curtain into a pile at the bottom. Awww. If you have fewer flowers, as an alternative design, you could glue the flowers just around the edges. Use a high quality fabric glue so that you are able to hand wash the curtains in the future. Cut off any leaves or stems, smoosh the flower down a bit, and glue any petals that come loose in the center.

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    Ivan Solis | designlovefest
    Ivan Solis | designlovefest

     

    4. Enjoy Summer Year Round

    Ivan Solis | designlovefest
    Ivan Solis | designlovefest

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