Embellish Your Windows With Stenciled Curtains

Learn How to Stencil Curtains Using the Sari Paisley Pattern
Welcome back, my DIY makeover mavens! Today we want to chat about window treatments. Yup you see those frilly disasters handing around your windows? Well they're screaming for a pick-me-up! Cutting Edge Stencils feels that window treatments truly complete the look of a room. If you've had your eye on designer curtains but can't bring yourself to spend the $$$ or the size doesn't fit your peculiarly- shaped window, then you're going to like this tutorial. Stenciling curtains is an easy and affordable way to embellish your windows. Let's take a look.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to stencil curtains using the Sari Paisley stencil pattern.
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  • Pat Pat on Jan 17, 2017
    how did she do the top to hang up

  • Barb Reimer Barb Reimer on Sep 17, 2017
    How do you make them washable so the paint stays on?

  • YenVR YenVR on Jan 13, 2018
    Where can we buy curtains long enough to touch the ceiling and the floor? Usually they’re only 84” long.

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  • Mommyof6 Mommyof6 on Sep 30, 2019

    I'd love to stencil curtains using this stencil.. Can you invite me to your blog so that I can see the detailed instructions.

    • SpudBread SpudBread on Aug 08, 2022

      GO to the CUTTING EDGE STENCIL web site that is mentioned in her post --- you'll find tons of info all about stenciling, paint, patterns, etc., it's OVER THE TOP and GOOD LUCK! Here's a tip for you: DO NOT work on the floor! It is bad for your knees, back, neck, all over general health & demeanor. You can stand up using a long/short table LENGTH wise & slide the stenciling work away from you as it progresses doing the project. Stenciling is really easy, and basically a third grade NO BRAINER! GOOD LUCK with your project! 🙃

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