The only part of this project I did not do myself was the sawing of the plywood and screwing together of the sides- Hubby took care of that for me.
Also I didnt take photos- sorry, I realize step by step photos always make a tutorial easier to follow, but this truly is simple.
Measure your windows- you can make them as wide as you want if you want a more dramatic effect, but the wood needs to be at least the width of your window.
I stretched a thick fleece over them and stapled that on with a staple gun.
|cover with padding|
|staple padding on with staple gun|
|Cover with fabric and staple that on too!|
I decided to use burlap for my bathroom- and I plan to stencil on a design at some point- I'll be sure to share that when I get it done!
Here is a pic of what they look like when they are finished as we also used this method for the windows in the nursery.
I love this technique- try it you'll like it too!
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