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Where there is a will, there is a way (sometimes)

Posted by lilosophie none (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 30, 12 at 16:31

A while back my mini-blind in the bedroom fell down. It did not bother me a lot until now, when I have the full afternoon sun-heat directly into my window, so I decided to try to get the blind back up myself, if I could.
It took some trying, but I managed it, and it darkened the room, but it was so stark and industrial looking. Found the sheer wall-hanging I used to have over my bed until Jasmyn decided to remove it, put it on a curtain-rod and voila! Think it looks nice enough to share.


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RE: Where there is a will, there is a way (sometimes)

I really like that!


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Wonderful custom made sheers, and congrats on all the mechanics it took to make it work.


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That's lovely!


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What an improvement over blinds. I never saw sheers like this before, I like it.


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Love it!


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Very nice, keep the spray bottle hand in case the little rascals try to climb.


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RE: Where there is a will, there is a way (sometimes)

Yes, Don! There used to be a book-case inder the window, it has been moved, Taffy used to spray on the window, that's why the re-arrangement. He is not pleased, but so far, so good!


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