my version of $100. shower curtain :)

August 21st, 2009 in member junk     
greencolleen greencolleen, member
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so saw a shower curtain at anthropologie for $100. liked the look not the price. got a bedskirt at thrift store $6.00 [shabbie chic] added a queen bedskirt and shower curtain i already had. married it all together and wala ;)


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Comments (16)

pofolksdecorator1 writes: LOVE IT!!!! I have a thing for silverware. I have an old ugly ceiling fan. I saw your silverware light. Could you tell me how to make it? Thanks, Annie Posted: 8:21 pm on May 5th
CarolfromJnO writes: Wow what a great way to go!! Love when you see an inspiration and are able to recreate at a better price. A certain pride is involved in that. Thanks for sharing. Posted: 11:26 am on October 27th
greencolleen writes: dear carrie im sort of sewing impaired, like craft sewing only. yrs ago did make all my maternity clothes -twice. i love ruffles but they are trickie, so i came up with the idea of ruffled bedskirts most of the work is done ;). also because the straight line thing is a problem. the shower curtain i used was a thermal weave so all i had to do was follow along the line pin and sew.so in the end the idea was not mine but the execution was. the price very affordable Posted: 10:44 am on August 31st
Carriebear writes: Greencollen, that is too funny. I stumbled upon your post of this and it made me laugh. I JUST finished my version of this SAME curtain last month! I did it using fabric and sewing it all (including all those crazy gathers!) and it almost made me crazy! Check out my blog post about it. Here is the link. Great job! http://lifeundivided.blogspot.com/2009/07/i-must-have-been-crazy.html Posted: 11:25 pm on August 28th
shabbychick writes: Awesome shower curtain! Some stores are great for inspiration - you did a great job - and at a great price!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 2:46 pm on August 24th
RustyDiva writes: Wow ~ no shower curtain should cost $100! Great job. Don't you just get a rush when you get a really great bargain and especially if you create it all on your own?! Posted: 10:21 am on August 24th
wendygail2 writes: very creative! Posted: 9:17 pm on August 22nd
suewhitney writes: Wowsers! Nice work. I have been drooling over this shower curtain for some time now. Thanks for showing all how to make it so economically.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:43 am on August 22nd
ALVN writes: Well done!! It looks fabulous!

Amy


Posted: 9:16 am on August 22nd
CottageElements writes: You did a beautiful job on this shower curtain. Love the look of it! Very resourceful (and frugal).

Lani Posted: 12:46 am on August 22nd
dresdenjunkshun writes: how thrifty and how beautiful! Posted: 9:48 pm on August 21st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh, this looks awesome! I've seen the more expensive version and yours is an exact replica. Way to go!

Candy Posted: 9:31 pm on August 21st
JudiD writes: Great look! And good for you for the cheap chic version of the expensive chic piece...Bravo!

JudiD Posted: 9:24 pm on August 21st
MimiToria writes: This looks awesome. Way to improvise when you fell in love with something too extravagant, but figured out a way to make it yourself just as good. Love it!
Gretchen
Posted: 9:21 pm on August 21st
grannijo writes: How cute is that!!!...neat idea!...sharon Posted: 8:54 pm on August 21st
smiller0529 writes: Great vision and great idea! Posted: 8:51 pm on August 21st
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