DIY- Photo Curtain using HP Deskjet Printer

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Hi Moms,

Im back with another simple, yet innovative DIY photo curtain using a printer. I used my HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer to create this simple craft. It just takes few mins to make this amazing curtain and you can paste the best pictures of your family. All you need is some bangles, twine/ lace or thread, some glue, a printer.

You can paste photos on one side of the bangle, if you are using this on your existing curtain. If you want to use the curtain alone, you need to paste photos on both sides of the bangle, even colorful handmade paper looks good. So please find below the step-by-step procedure:

Step 1: Print your favorite pictures and cut it into desired shapes, big enough to cover a bangle. I cut them into circles.

Step 2. Tie two sides of a bangle with a thread and use the same thread to tie more bangles till you reach the length of your door.

1 bangle

Step 3: Paste the photos on the bangles, either both sides or one and add pretty stickers to make it look cute.

3 bangle

Step 4: Now make a loop on top of the thread and pass it through your curtain road, or simple tie it to your curtain road. You can make as many strands as you like.

4 bangle

Hope you enjoyed this DIY. Will come back with more.

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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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