- Print your monogram (you can also use simple clipart).
- Flip your monogram over and use a pencil to shade the back of your picture, cover the entire monogram.
- Flip picture back over and place on your cutting board, tape down to prevent it from slipping.
- Trace the right side of the monogram completely using a ballpoint pen.
- Remove the paper and admire your work! The lead on the back of your picture was transferred to the wood when you traced the right side.
These might be the cutest curtains ever made by human hands. I also might be prone to exaggerating, you be the judge.
I woke up at 6am intending to go to hot yoga. Let me tell you, this is not a motivator to get out of bed. I hit the road to my friend's house (I wasn't about to pass out like a fool alone) and quickly went nowhere. *sitting* *waiting* . Thirty minutes passed and I hadn't made it on to the freeway yet, DAMN YOU rush hour traffic. At this point I decided to head back home.
Or so I thought.
I decided to stop at Home Depot and get another can of grey paint (elephant skin) to finish my room. You guys, it took me THREE cans to paint my bedroom. Now before you can ask, NO, I do not live in a palace. I live in a standard house with standard sized rooms. I
After getting the paint I decided to hit Walmart (What else is open at 6:30am?) to get supplies for a long planned project:
These curtains make my heart pitter patter.
- Scream at your dogs because they are playing Spartan Warrior all over your fabric.
- Lock them outside with no toys.
- Let them back in because they are tormenting the neighbor's dog
- Wonder why your neighbors are such jerks.
The trick is to line the cheap fabric. It gives the curtains weight and makes them look expensive.
So, you tell me. Are the curtains adorable or am I prone to exaggerating?