(I'm leaving the comment here, as her form has the glitch.)Great guest post, lots of photos to spell it all out. You make it seem easy and the finished look is terrific!
heading there right now!
Thanks for sharing a tutorial, Dee. I have to keep this in mind for times when I just can't find the right curtain, I can make a cornice board with fabric instead!
Congrats!!! Going over right now.Cynthia
Congrats! I'm on my way over!
Going over there to check you out now...
Hi Dee, I just returned from visiting this site. Another great job . . and your tutorial was fantastic. Thanks for taking my little vintage trailer tour and your sweet comments.Have a great weekend, Connie :)
I'm headed now, people are going to think we talked and both decided to guest host today LOL. thank you for your sweet comment on Kathy's blog, now I am headed to your guest post to return the favor!Carol
I am stopping there now! You are a perfect contributer for this site!
Dee,I popped over there and love the window treatment. That's a fun way and attractive way to do a window treatment.
Oooo, congratulations Dee :) Exciting posts to come I'm sure.Hugs~Carol
How exciting, Dee!!!!
Hooray for you! Have a great weekend!Pam
That's wonderful....The window cornice is great! I personally love them. My husband and I made one for our Family room. Stapes guns are a must. Great job.
How exciting! We're both guest bloggers today! I'll go visitin'!
Happy for you and going to see now :)Stacy
I am on my way Dee!I think you will like my new Giveaway from Royal Design Stencils..xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
Congrats Dee! I am so happy for you.
Congrats! Heading over to check it out now!!
What a great tutorial! Looks fabulous.
Dear Dee, congrats and you did an excellent job!!!!!
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