Use Painters Drop Cloth In Your Bathroom Makeover

2 Materials
2 Hours
I used 10.99 painters drop cloth to create the eye candy in my bathroom by creating shower curtains, window curtains, and roman shades. It turned out amazing!!!
Open your package measure your bathtub area from wall to wall and then ceiling to floor. I wanted to have a natural ruffle so I did not cut any of the fabric I folded the excess fabric forward and pined in place.
I sewed a nice hymn where I pinned and removed the pins.
At the end of the flap is where I sewed my tassels of choice, now you can hand stitch this or you can hot glue it.. your preference but since I now own a sewing machine I chose to sew it and it was a lot faster and easier. (please see video which shows step by step demo details)
This is the end results of my shower curtain, but don't go anywhere yet, I also make shower curtain and roman shades.... So YOU MUST WATCH THE VIDEO!!! Also I urge you to watch part 1 and part 3 of my bathroom makeover videos to see how beautiful and complimenting the drop clothes made my bathroom look. This has to be my favorite project yet. I am now doing my bedroom with the same clothes. SEE THE VIDEO NOW

Suggested materials:
  • PAINTERS DROP CLOTHS   (home depot)
  • Tassels   (JoAnn)
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  • Tammy Jones Tammy Jones on Aug 27, 2017
    You will not regret watching the video it is way more detailed. And very clever. In fact everything in my bathroom makeover is worthy of taking a peek at. I did an amazing job making a builder grade outdated 1970's master bath in a small home look magnificent.