Soooo, my master bedroom is undergoing a makeover that resulted in a need for new window panels.
Having no inclination or budget for $100+ apiece designer panels, I went shopping in my house for something that could work.
I found a ceramic pie plate, a glass 10-inch pedestal cake stand, a sample-size of Sherwin-Williams “Socialite” plum paint, and two white queen flat sheets.
Yes, that IS a pacifier. It’s a multi-purpose life people.
After filling the pie plate with paint and turning the cake stand upside down in it, the work began.
It took multiple sessions and a fan blowing on each section of the fabric for hours at a time until everything was complete. (My 3-year-old is still trying to figure out why he was cast off to the picnic table outside for days on end.)
After many many MANY circle-stamps with the cake stand, the finished product is now my favorite DIY of all time.
First, here’s the only “Before” photo of the room I could find, taken when we’d first moved in.
And NOW, here it is.
If you look closely, you can see variations in the line width and paint coverage. That’s what I love about these. They’re obviously not machine-made, and the dribbles, dots and imperfections lend a truly artistic quality.
I’m in love.
No, complete infatuation!