Decorative curtains made from printed with simple patterns without bleaching, while allowing fresh air to scatter light to keep your privacy. As long as we master the essence, personalized with curtains, you can also increase our quality, not only our own pleasure, if you have any visiting guests, you will add a lot of yourself.
DIY tulle curtain and fancy curtain hanging
On a warm morning, the warm breeze was blowing of the patio curtains. Decorative curtains
made of unbleached tulle fabrics printed with simple patterns allow fresh air to enter and diffuse
light to maintain your privacy. As long as we master the essence and personalize the curtains,
we can also improve our quality of life. Not only we are pleasing to the eye, but if there are
visitors, we will also give ourselves a lot of points.
DIY tulle outdoor curtains
The idea of this DIY cheap outdoor curtains come from the 18th century French wooden printing
plate, but it needs some materials and equipment, such as: cherry wood, square printing plate or
cloth with polka dots. You can make the impression yourself, or buy a ready-made impression.
The curtain rim is made into a ring, called a small trim ring, which is used to hang the curtain
thread, hooks and holes.
Materials needed: unbleached outdoor grommet sheer curtains, tailor's pins, needles and
threads, thin cards, large wooden boards or large sheets of white paper, dyes, synthetic sponge
rubber and your chosen impression.
Measure the size of the window niche, and cut a extra wide outdoor grommet curtain according
to its size, leaving a proper margin so that it can be folded at the bottom and both sides of the
curtain, and at the same time, make a deep curl on the top of the curtain , In order to wear
Determine the position of the pattern on the fabric, and cut a hard card of the same size as the
pattern to be reused. Place the position on the fabric and mark the four corners with pins.
Spread the fabric on the top of the wooden board or paper, the right side is up, pour the paint
into the shallow dish, and use a sponge rubber to dip a little paint on the impression.
Hold the fabric with one hand, when making the first pattern, press the impression on the fabric,
hold for a few seconds, then quickly remove it, and repeat the process.
In order to trim the edge