Add lace to your window with cornstarch. Iron your lace and cut to fit. Mix 2 tbsp cornstarch with about an equal amount of cold water, then mix that in about a cup and a half of boiling water. Paint a thick layer on the window pane. Then apply another thick layer on top using random brush strokes being sure to get all the corners. To remove it, you just wash it off with warm water, - diy-home.info
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DIY Blackout Window Panels on the Cheap - Makely
When our 3 1/2 year old decided that he didn’t need to take a nap any more, the evenings in our house got considerably harder. Just about the time my husband got home from work, Zack took a trip to Meltdown City. It was all we could do to eat dinner as a family and...Read More »
Buy or DIY: Noise & Light Blocking Window Treatments with Style
Whether you’re attempting to block the aggressive summer sun or seeking relief from the traffic noise on your busy city street, light- and noise-blocking curtains can help. Here are some stylish options to buy or DIY: DIY: 1 & 2. Custom Blackout Roman Shades and DIY Roman Shades from Mini Blinds from Little Green Notebook (instructions for adding blackout fabric are included in the detailed tutorial). 3. DIY Blackout Curtains by better than i could have imagined 4.