NO SEW Bathroom Curtain Update

A couple of months ago while shopping for fabric for our tween’s room. I came across this fabulous fabric. I knew at the moment that I would probably have to use the fabric for our tween's room seeing how I was unable to locate the fabric intended for the project (No biggie, right :)). My sister was with me at the time and Joann's was having 50% off of home fabrics and additional 20% off of my purchase. YAY!


After we went to Joanns we skipped walked over to Big Lots. I usually do not shop at Big Lots. But I could not resist the huge sign of 30% off the entire store. I picked up several items for our home and came across this beauty.



I went back and forth called and texted hubby to get his stamp of approval. I actually had a couple of different options. However, my sister and hubby liked this one the best. Our bathroom inspiration! At first I did not even realize how nice the fabric would go with this picture. Once I realized it did... I was hoping I had enough fabric left over to make curtains for our bathroom.

After procrastinating for a couple of months, I finally decided to make our curtains. I really had in mind to sew the curtains... with all of the fabric creations with a hot glue gun. I decided to give it a try! I measured the length and width, cut the fabric and ironed down the sides. Once the sides were ironed, I glued them down with a hot glue gun.




TA-DA!

Hubby gave his stamp of approval :)


Do you have a sew project that turned into a no-sew project?



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18 comments:

  1. That demask pattern is really nice, I love that picture of the tub and the pattern is super cute with it. I check Big Lots framed pictures from time to time, I bought some a few weeks ago for my bathroom also but haven't decided how to hang them yet. LOVE the no sew curtain!

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  2. Those look amazing! They go perfectly with your new print too, love when things work out like that :) I recently made some curtains for our living area and I used fabric tape - never thought of trying a hot glue gun! Thanks! :)

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  3. The fabric and picture go together perfectly! Way to go!

    ~Nat

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  4. your no sew curtains came our perfectly!! LOVE I love the black and red

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  5. Summer:

    Thank you!


    Samaa:

    Thank you, I thought about using fabric tape also. The glue gun is a nice alternative.


    Crafty Cousins:

    Thank you!


    ~Mrs. Chic

    Thank you!


    ~Mrs. Delightful

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  6. Love the fabric! I just did a DIY Pottery Barn version of a pillow case- no sew :-) Love my hot glue gun :-)

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  7. I love it!!! Great job at a great price!!!

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  8. Thanks for showing me I can do this without sewing!
    Found you on Someday Crafts.

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  9. Layn:

    Thank you. I look forward to seeing the Pottery Barn version pillow case.

    Dragonfly Treasure:

    Thank you!


    Jonnique:

    Thank you, I love I a good bargain


    Cat:

    You're welcome!


    Mrs. Delightful

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  10. You really had me at 'no sew'! What a beautiful project.

    Thank-you so much for joining up to our Pin’Inspiration Thursday Party. Your creativity adds so much to the fun.

    Happy follower, would love if you popped by and grabbed a button :-)

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  11. Adventuresindinner:

    Thanks for hosting!

    ~Mrs. Delightful

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  12. Cute! Great no sew curtain, and I love black and white accents in the bathroom.
    Happy Holidays!
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog

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  13. Awesome! I absolutely love the fabric! Great job and thanks so much for linking up with us!!

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  14. I can barely sew, but I never pass up a chance to use my glue gun! LOL!! I love that you were able to get the look that you wanted without sewing too!

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  15. Karah:

    Thank You! Happy Holidays


    Sherika:

    Thank You & Thanks for hosting!


    Brandi:

    LOL, Thank you, it's always nice to have another alternative.


    ~Mrs. Delightful

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  16. Saves time and yet looks great!! Thanks so much for sharing at The Mother Lode linky party over at I Gotta Create!
    <3
    Christina

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  17. Cute but the pattern on your fabric is going sideways :/

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