- Fabric Shower Curtain (your choice)
- Staple gun
- Tape Measure
- 1×2 pressure treated lumber (if you are hanging your artwork outdoors)
- Miter saw (optional)
Measure the area where the art piece will hang. Determine the size of the wood frame. Record measurements.
Tip: Remember to take into account the average size of a shower curtain and allow for the shower curtain to wrap around the frame to be stapled. Example: my frame was 70x 50. I had a total of 50 inches clearance before hitting the backsplash. Shower curtains average 72×72 so I had plenty of room in the height area.STEP 2:
Determine if you need a shower curtain print that runs horizontal or vertical. My area worked better with a horizontal picture. Purchase your favorite fabric shower curtain. I decided to purchase this one (click here).STEP 3:
Build the frame. There are tons of ways to create the frame. Feel free to google. Hubby had fun using the miter saw and since our shower curtain was lightweight – we opted for the diamond pattern. He pre-drilled the holes to avoid splitting the wood.