Wyatt~BrittneyI love using the random number generator. You're spot where you commented determines your number. I'm doing giveaways pretty often so check back for new items listed. Last week I gave away a custom Silhouette Ornament from my shop. Also if you know someone who has a small business or online business tell them about my blog. I love featuring different sellers. I think it's interesting to learn why people do what they do and how they decided on their craft!
I don't have anyone to feature this coming Monday 12-24. I have about 10 sets of questions sent out to interested Etsy shops. With the Holiday approaching I know people are very busy filling orders, and getting ready for their family celebrations. If no questions get sent back in time I will feature my shop and give away a custom silhouette ornament or pendant! Be sure to comment Sweepstakes on the Blog to be entered and also read the official rules.
I also wanted to share with you how I made these no sew curtains.
|I think they are adorable! My hubby did the white Subway tile love!|
Time: 20 min or less
Difficulty: Super Easy
Hot glue gun
Ribbon for tabs
ruler or straight line
I found this piece of remnant fabric from Hobby Lobby for $2.00. I love chevron stripes and we painted our bathroom grey a few months ago so it fit perfectly. I cut the material in half. Plugged in my glue gun and grabbed my awesome omnigrid to help guide my lines while I glued and folded 1/4inch of the fabric up on all four sides. At the corner there was a little bit thicker area I just added an extra little bit of glue and folded it in. Then I cut my ribbon to use as tabs. You can do any length or if you have extra material you could fold over a larger section and just slide the curtain on the rod. What's great is you can easily customize these by buying new fabric or using different ribbon with the same material. If my lines ever come unfolded all I have to do is re-glue it. I have never tried washing the hot glued material but again if it comes apart it will probably only take me a few minutes to glue it back together.
|Material on my cutting mat. Old curtains underneath.|