Monday, June 22, 2009
Hello creative friends!
I wanted to show you this box pleated valance I made. My daughter designed the treatment and I fabricated the valance.
A great finishing touch in this valance is our bendable wire. I placed the sealah 20 gauge wire into the hem of the valance.
You can see in the picture how crisp each fold is...that's the wire doing it's job!!!
Bend it shape anyway you want too!
We sell the sealah 20 gauge shaper in 7 yard spools. If you are interested in ordering a spool just head over to the website:) BTW it is a no sew product!
Please email me or leave a comment sharing what you have made with the shaper product!
For a few more pictures please check out my daughter's blog today!
Happy Tuesday everyone...and a special Happy Birthday wish to my sweet granddaughter Paige!!!
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
This is fast and easy project you can do with sealah no sew tape!
You start with a solid color place mat. Find a piece of fabric with a print to center on the place mat.
Cut the fabric to a desired size use raw edges...no sewing friends.
Measure out trim for the place mat. Top and bottom ball fringe. I added black fringe on the bottom to ad weight to the wall hanging.
To hide the raw edge of the printed fabric use a rickrack to hide any mistakes. Frame around the fabric square.
Just tape away...Peel,Press and Stick!
I would suggest to purchase the 5 yard variety pack. It is the best way to complete the project. Several widths of tape to match up your trim and fabric.
You could make at least 6 wall hangings with the variety pack of tape.
Have a crafty week with Sealah!
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
I thought it would be nice to show an example of adding trim to an existing lamp shade.
This fringe and gimp really gives this lamp shade a custom look.
My daughter KayEllen used our 1/2" sealah no sew double sided tape for both the gimp to outline the shade and the fringe at the bottom to complete the project.
You can change the look of a lampshade fast and easy with our tape!
No mess, odor or yellowing!
Have a creative week!