Quick Pallet Wood Window Valances

7 Materials
1 Hour

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After we finished the pallet peel and stick headboard, Steph surveyed her room and thought, "it just doesn't look finished! I know what it needs, curtains!" She shared her idea and I was on board. After thinking about it overnight, I came up with an idea using wood dowels and metal pipe caps.

She started working on the project with her ideas and mine and it came together as planned! Also, a few weeks prior, we were given a sample of Eclipse Block Out panels to try out. When we got them we didn't know where we were going to use them, but realized the color and length would be perfect for her bedroom!


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Measure and mark pallet board fronts and side pieces. Sand both sides lightly if desired. Cut pallet pieces to size.

Drill hole in two side pieces.

Drill hole in two side pieces.

Spread glue on side pieces.

Brad nail side pieces to fronts.

Using the level, determine placement of the brackets and screw into the wall. Screw the bracket to the side pieces. Slide dowel into place, attach one end cap, slide curtain into place and attach the second end cap! 



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