Personalized Shower Curtain

I had this cute piece of fabric and I had big plans for it. I also had to face the facts and tell to myself that I am not as awesome in sewing to make these big plans come true yet. So I tried to find other ways to incorporate it into my little nest and came up with an idea to spice up my plain bathroom with it.

When we moved in I bought some very cheap shower curtains for a shop similar to dollarstore. I think they cost about 1,50 euros each and were just as thin as cheap. Now since I had one of those left I thought it would be perfect to use for this DIY.

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So I sew the fabric onto the shower curtain. As I said before my sewing is quite crap right now (work in process) so it is far from perfect, but the bathroom looks still so much better.
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Down here you can see how it looks on both sides.

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I think it is pretty good for a transitional shower curtain – well this is what I like to think as I’m waiting anxiously for us to have our own place.

What have you done to spice up your place lately?Hope this Monday will not be too blue for you!

S.

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Easy-breezy jar makeover

For this tiny project I used:

  • leftover bathroom wall paint
  • paint brush
  • tape
  • skinny jar

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I coveredΒ  the jar with the paint two times and rempved the tape, once the paint was dry.

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And this is why I needed it.

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Sorry, the lighting in our bathroom is horrible for taking pictures, flash doesn’t help either.