Creating a Valance With Fencing- Project Challenge

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My challenge this month was to do a project using fencing...

Creating a valance using garden fencing www.homeroad.net

This project took me back to 2012 when I created a window valance that got a lot of attention and one that I still adore... 

Using plastic fencing from Home Depot I created a junk lovers window valance.
First, I cut the bottom stakes off the plastic fencing flipped the fencing upside down. I used twine to tie the fencing to the curtain rod which I painted black to match the fencing.

Creating a valance using garden fencing www.homeroad.net

I clipped post cards, photos, wooden signs, tags, and assorted metal treasures to the valance. I'm using white cotton drapes down each side of the valance to create the curtained look.

Creating a valance using garden fencing www.homeroad.net

My craft room has gone through many transformations since this picture was taken. You can see them here but the garden fence valance remains one of my favorite things.

Creating a valance using garden fencing www.homeroad.net

Thank you for letting me share my fencing project with you today and I look forward to creating something new for next months group challenge. 

                                    

Now please stop by and visit my friends that are also doing this challenge with fencing!

I hope you enjoy these projects and stay tuned for next month!  We are using sheet/corrugated metal for June’s Project Challenge!

Ready for a link up? Have fun!



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8 comments

  1. So cool! What a great idea! It is so pretty and how fun to be able to clip what ever you want to it!

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  2. Cute way to use fencing! Great job and welcome to our Project challenge group!

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  3. Such a fun idea!! I love that it is in the place you create. It would be super cool as a valance in a kitchen where you could attach recipes on it to have your favorites handy. Thanks for such an awesome idea!! ;)

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  4. That is very creative, Susan! I bet your whole house is awesome!

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  5. I love the look and love even more how you can hang things from it, makes it personal!

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