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Today I’m going to share the curtain portion of this DIY Window Treatment as the post was getting a wee-bit long and a little heavy on the pictures.
As with any curtains you need to measure your windows and be sure to add extra fabric to your yardage for your hems. Thankfully my mom was here for a visit when this project was underway, so she was a HUGE blessing in helping me pin. I love most is the wooden curtain rod frame which gives complete look of the colorful curtains and really goes well with the furniture.


And i love most is the wooden curtain rod frame which gives complete look of the curtains and really goes well with the furniture.
We have French doors and while they're pretty and let lots of light in, they tend showcase the millions of little fingerprints that tend to accumulate on them throughout the day.
And, I love the idea of 4 panels, so that you can pick & choose if you have sun coming in from one spot but not another.
I bought a curtain over a year ago to try and mask it, but when I tested it, I didn’t care much for the look and I found it really didn’t let enough light in.


I used one of those window cling films that you apply with water and a squeegee on our front door sidelights, but the thought of cutting all of those little rectangles out for every pane of glass in the French doors didn’t sound like much fun.



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