Easy Drop Cloth Curtains (how to use a grommet)

Hey! How are you all doin?? We made it to Friday and through our first week of school. Summer is officially over here…so hopefully I will have a bit more time to share some fun things with you. Back when I did the mini garage makeover…I decided to throw a coat of paint on the workbench. It was such a big improvement I decided to keep going. I love how easy these curtains are to create…and they make all the mess just disappear. I thought I would share a couple of little tricks that helped me along the way….

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Supplies:

1 large drop cloth (can be found in the paint dept. at your local hardware store)

Grommet kit (can be found in the tool dept.)

WD40

Piece of Scrap wood

Hammer

Scissors or sharp razor blade

Sharpie

 

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Steps:

  • Cut and measure your drop cloths for the size opening you are fitting the curtain to.
  • Mark with a sharpie where you would like the grommet to be placed.
  • Use a hammer and grommet hole maker to punch through material where you marked with your sharpie.
  • Using your grommet kit…insert the tall piece of grommet through the underside. Stack the grommet, fabric on the base tool.
  • Place the punch tool on top and hammer with force. Prior to hammering….spray a slight amount of WD40 on the base….this helps to release the grommet from the base after you have hammered it together.

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Hang a few hooks and you’re in business! Easy way to have a polished look…for little cost ;) I hope you have a great weekend friends…

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Tracie Stoll is a wife, mom and has a passion for creating new things. On her blog Cleverlyinspired.com she is constantly sharing ways to inspire her readers to be clever in their own home. Since 2010 Tracie has been sharing DIY projects, crafting, remodeling and decorating along with some easy tasty recipes…all on a mindful budget. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton where she studied visual art and communications. Tracie has been featured on popular sites such as Country Living, CNN living, Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens, Huffington Post, Apartment Therapy, Seventeen and Design Sponge. She is also a member of the True Value Blog Squad & Martha’s Circle of trusted bloggers.
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