I hope you are ready for some great projects and inspiration! Today, I’m very excited to show you how I salvaged the curtains in my guest room / office instead of having to buy new ones.
Duck Tape Trim Curtains
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That’s right, people, I used Duck Tape on my curtains.
When I was plotting out the guest bedroom and office, I knew something had to happen with the curtains. They were just basic IKEA white panels and they were boring. We had them left over from our old house and there they had been against dark blue walls and worked perfectly.
I wanted to switch out the curtains completely and had them pulled down and ready to go in the yard sale pile.
I really didn’t want to spend money on new curtains. Surprise, surprise.
So, I held onto them for a little while longer. And then one day, while meandering through Michael’s attempting to keep the kid from jumping out the cart and escaping my rule, I happened upon Gold Duck Tape. Gold Duck Tape.
My heart stopped.
I had to catch my breath.
And it was on sale.
I snatched up two of those bad boys, the kid, and headed for the cash register.
Because I didn’t have much time, and wanted to make this as easy as possible, I just put the Duck Tape along the edges of the curtains and called it done.
Check out the askew pull on that chest. Obviously, I’m a perfectionist.
The Duck Tape has been on the curtains for over a month and hasn’t budged.
What do you think? Can you embellish some curtains with Duck Tape?
Want more great tape crafts, hacks and DIY projects? I love ’em too! Be sure to see these…
Find out how to make gorgeous fringe out of duck tape to add to pillows, lampshades and more here!
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And don’t miss these seven super simple, super cute electrical tape crafts either!
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