3 Great Ideas To Easily Upgrade Your Window

Make a little effort for a great change!

By Hometalk Hits

Step 3: Measure the polyester batting

Use two thicknesses of polyester batting, with extra 3” of batting on either side of the wood.

Step 4: Measure the covering fabric

Work with wrong side facing up.

Step 5: Staple fabric and batting to the wood

It's best to start in the middle and go around.

Step 8: Finish back with material or felt

Staple the second material into place.

Step 9: Screw large brackets into side pieces

Use large “L” brackets for this step.

Step 1: Draw a glue pattern on curtains

Draw the pattern of your choice onto the curtains with a gel glue and allow to dry.

Step 3: Soak the curtains in the bucket

Allow it to sit for 5-10 minutes stirring every once in a while.

Step 4: Add soda ash to the mix

Allow the entire curtain to sit in the bath for 20 minutes making sure to stir it every 5-10 minutes.

Step 5: Pull out and wring out the top part

This is so that the top remains the lightest shade.

Step 6: Add more dye for an ombre effect

Place the lower portion of your curtain back in the bath so it soaks in the color and gets darker.

Step 7: Wring the curtain after an hour soak

Squeeze out all excess water and dye from your fabric.

Step 8: Rinse curtain until water is clear

Soak the fabric for 5-10 minutes in a soap bath. Then rinse it again and let it hang dry.

Step 2: Cut out shapes from the contact paper

Decide on a shape or pattern you'd like to create for your frosted glass pieces, and cut them out.

Step 3: Stick the pieces on the glass

Make sure you clean the window thoroughly before.