Perforated Roller blinds also gives Shadow art

Loved this by HoleRoll its Ukraine designer.Any source in India ,If not any other options
t perforated roller blinds also gives shadow art
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  • Shoshana Shoshana on Oct 10, 2017
    That is a really cool window treatment!
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Oct 10, 2017
    May be with a Punch you could do something like it for yourself..... or Import?
  • Leslie Leslie on Oct 10, 2017
    Gauthmi, I was thinking on how to do this inexpensively. You can use regular or maybe plastic roller shades. Draw or stencil your pattern onto the shade. Use an Xacto knife ( craft knife ) to cut out the parts you want the light to shine through. You can try a spray paint for plastic or regular spray paint or anything you can experiment with on this shade. See which paint works better with being rolled up. Nice Idea good luck with your experimenting and let us know how it turned out. You may be able to create a tutorial for Hometalkers :)
  • Gauthmi Gauthmi on Oct 10, 2017
    Leslie Ur idea gave me an idea , Will use a pin to poke holes instead of a knife.But hope I can find the right kind of roller blinds.Can anyone help with dot silhoutte of cityscapes
  • Melbrooks Melbrooks on Oct 10, 2017
    Try googling "cityscape graphic" or "cityscape vector", or "skyline" graphic or vector. You'll find your choice of major cities and skyline designs. You'll have to decide what you want to punch out, but a lot of them seem easily adapted.
    Good luck! Post pictures!
  • Val Val on Oct 11, 2017
    I am guessing you could make this if you had a Brother Scan and Cut or a Cricut machine, as long as you could remove the blinds from the roller bar and then put them back on. This is very cool, thank you for sharing it.
  • Bonnie lofting Bonnie lofting on Oct 11, 2017
    wonder if old player piano rolls would have a similar effect? They are already on rollers.
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    • Jeanne Martin Jeanne Martin on Oct 12, 2017
      Back in the old days (I'm talking waayyy back when) they had self playing pianos. I'm guessing they wound them up to play since I believe they came out before electricity. These are full size upright pianos. Music was hole punched onto paper rolls that you could insert into the piano. The piano would play an entire song based on what had been punched onto the roll. Pretty amazing considering how long ago it was. They are still around but usually an antique on display as the paper on those rolls do deteriorate after so much time.
  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Oct 12, 2017
    That is beautiful! Gives me some ideas!