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Faux Roman Shade Tutorial Using No Hardware!!

By The Style Sisters - Saturday, March 19, 2016


Faux Roman Shade using No Hardware!
https://karinskottage.com/2016/03/faux-roman-shade-tutorial-using-no.html
I love how cute these Roman shades turned out! 
Really easy and no hardware! 

I spent last week at my daughter Madeline’s house helping her make these faux roman shades without hardware. Madeline was getting her house ready to put on the market in Idaho Falls and boy did we crank out lots of projects!
 Not only did we paint Banisters and stair skirts (which I didn’t even know that is what they are called but I do now!) I LOATHE painting them…. actually not the paint part, it was all the puttying and sanding all the holes and lumps and bumps from 1980’s carpet. You know what I’m talking about… when they would carpet up those areas urrrghghgh……I must really love my daughter an awful lot to do all that! YOU CAN PURCHASE THE FABRIC BELOW

Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips





Sorry for the inconvenience but all directions are now over there. 
Plus here is another shade tutorial over at Karins Kottage

 You can see the other Roman Shade tutorial Here



Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips 
 
Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips

Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips

Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips

Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips

 Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


Faux Roman Shade using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips


 

Faux Roman Shade Tutorial using no Hardware, Command Sticky strips



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7 Comments

  1. Those look terrific! So sunny and pretty!
    Rita C at Panoply

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    1. Thank you Rita! I really love the print too it just pops off the grey wall. Yellow is just a happy color... I think I need to bring in some of it into my own home :)

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  2. A creative and talented daughter. Wonder where she got that? These turned out so pretty. Thanks for the how to.

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  3. That is such a clever trick, and the fabric is so bright and cheerful!

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  4. Very pretty and cheery. I made 6 and didn't sew; used iron on webbing; worked like a charm.

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  5. Do these adjust to different lengths?

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  6. These particular roman shades do not go up and down... They are just for decoration.

    Thank you,
    Karin

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