The Easiest DIY Window Valance Ever


The Easiest DIY Window Valance Ever


The Easiest DIY Window Valance Ever
The Easiest DIY Window Valance Ever

The Easiest DIY Window Valance Ever is the simplest, prettiest way to give your living space a new look. You won't believe how easy these no sew curtains are to make. This window valance is made using an upcycled tablecloth, which makes it extra budget-friendly and quick.

No sewing is required, so this project is perfect for crafters of all skill levels. Add this pretty valance to your kitchen, bedroom, or living room for an easy and affordable home makeover. Guests will be amazed that you made this gorgeous window valance yourself.

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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I absolutely love vintage tablecloths.... Check out some estate sales, thrift stores, garage sales or bidding sites for some cute vintage tablecloths that match your decor! You could also use dish towels too. For another alternative design, you could add some vintage ric rac trim, or ribbon along the edge or bottom. I love the look of these and they could be easily washed and ironed too. Great project, very practical!

Not only easy but practical. We tend to wash curtains rarely. With this idea, how can you not just reach up and remove them and throw them in the wash.

I have a really hard time throwing anything away and this is the perfect opportunity to use a few of my older tablecloths. I have a single window in the kitchen so I know I have at least two new "valence" sets that I can use in the near future. Thanks for the post.

This window valence has got to be the easiest one I have seen made. What a great idea to recycle the things you have around the house. Never thought to use an old tablecloth to make a valance and if you do not have one in the house than why not look in a thrift store or yard sale they are real cheap there or even an antique store. And shower curtain hooks what! And a curtain rod and you have got a very cute but inexpensive look. Super fast and pretty window valence. A must tutorial. Thanks.


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