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I love beautiful window treatments, but, let’s face it, stylish store-bought options can be really expensive. (And, of course, it always seems like I’m drawn to the most pricy thing in the store!) That’s why I love this easy-to-follow tutorial for making a set of breezy white dot curtains from Laura at A Beautiful Mess.

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These custom curtains are utterly lovely—especially with sunlight filtering through—and I think they look just as good something comparable from a home decor store.

Don’t sew? No problem! If you ask me, it’s the hand-stamped dots that make these curtains special, giving them the perfect amount of handmade charm. So, even if you can’t thread a needle, you can certainly pick up a set of inexpensive pre-made curtains in a similar fabric, then print your own design on those!

After seeing this project, my own curtains are starting to look a little bit rough in the springtime sun, so this just might have to be my next weekend project. Thinking the same thing? Click here to see how it’s done.

Haley Pierson-Cox

Brooklyn-based DIY from a Gal in Granny Glasses
http://www.thezenofmaking.com


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