Replace the shower curtain, hang tension rods for the valence, and cut the fabric.
Purchase 5 twin sized sheets from Walmart, cut in half lengthwise, and slip through the curtain rods.
Measure out four inches on the contrasting fabric and use fabric glue to adhere the fabric on itself.
Cut the curtains down in two parts, then wrap the curtains around the boards and staple down in place.
Measure out the wall of the bathroom, paint the frame, and pull the curtain to make it tight.
Secure down the stencil, paint over the stencil, and repeat till satisfied.
Flip over the rug so it is on top of the curtain, cut the curtain to size, and spray on adhesive.
Remove the seam to each bag, measure to the size desired, and attach clips to hang.
Fake a hem by using Fabric Fuse and simply hang on the curtain rods.
Purchase one drop cloth per curtain rod and drill in the brackets.
Cut the tablecloth in half, and fold the fabric to have a slit for the tension rod to slip through.
Cut out a template for the crosses, tape off each section, and fill in with paint.
First cut your fabric of choice the size of a cube, hem the edges, and gather the fabric at the top for ruffles.
Purchase 6 yards of fabric, cut down the center, and sew a hem.
Hem the bottom of the fabric and the lining, then attach together.