Shower/accessory Curtain

Cheryl Gillman
by Cheryl Gillman
3 Materials
30 Minutes
This is incredibly easy, it only took me about half an hour of cutting and gluing. This is the first time I've done This, I used hot glue, but it's all I had, another glue may work/hold better.
I bought 2 shower liners and a shower curtain from the buy rite (its like a dollar store in Canada, but has some things that are ore expensive.
I cut different size squares and a couple strips from one of the liners and hot glued them to the second liner in random spots.
A long the bottom of each square though I left gaps between glue for any water to run out that may get in
And this is one end. Bigger pieces to hold shampoo/conditioner bottles and body wash
A smaller square for bar soap and 2 strips glued on in a way that will hold 2 razors each
I glued each end and the middle of the strips so razor handles can slip in easily and be ready to grab when needed :)
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  • Suzanne Suzanne on Apr 05, 2018

    The hot glue doesn't melt the liner?

  • Bonnie Bonnie on Apr 05, 2018

    Great idea!! Where did you get your blue and cream tile pattern curtain, it is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  • Yolanda Freeman Busch Yolanda Freeman Busch on Jun 04, 2018

    So how long will the glue hold in the shower?

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  • Debbie Debbie on Jun 26, 2018

    ABSOLUTELY A GREAT IDEA ! Presently in the process of redoing my bathroom and i have very little space. Can have what I need and room does not look cluttered. THANK YOU !!!

  • Melin Melin on Dec 22, 2018

    Though this is a great idea, I'd be concerned that the glue wouldn't hold due to the moisture in the shower. There are special pocket shower curtain liners at numerous home ware stores. Too, you can pick up clear vinyl [various thicknesses] at the fabric store ~ normally good sized pieces in the remnant bins at a fraction of original cost. Cut the vinyl to desired pocket size and sew to a shower curtain liner ~ use a double-stitch, perhaps in fun colors. The stitching would be strong enough to hold just about anything used in the shower.