I pulled out the Mod Podge and Embroidery hoops again. Yes, I screen printed my shower curtain! After making this tray and having it reside on my bathroom counter, I began to really want gray and green in my bathroom. Lucky me, I found a simple curtain at Target for $2.50 on clearance. So, with my 40% off Hobby Lobby coupon, I armed myself with white Speedball Ink and got to work.
A word of thanks for my two girls who miraculously napped at the same time yesterday, making this project possible. I won’t go into detail about our Wal-Mart trip just before, but lets just say those naps were absolutely necessary and well worth it!
Anyway, I prepared my screen in the morning, and later noticed some spots that needed a tad more filling in.
Then, I put out a protective tablecloth and got printing.
The shower curtain had a loose weave, kinda, so the ink didn’t go on impeccably smooth.
But overall, this shower curtain is the bomb-diggity.
Totally random, these flowers tie in to the tray I made earlier. I even have a fun green Target rug.
Our previous shower curtain was actually a window drapery panel, so it was heavy. It looked heavy. This is light and airy and… well, custom to my exact taste. Don’t be too judgmental of my towels… I know they aren’t matching right now. My husband uses a new towel every day. He’s a tad OCD.
Are you jealous of my counter space? Don’t be too jealous. This big bathroom means a teeny tiny master closet. That wall with my towels is my closet.
Just so you know, I cleaned my bathroom from top to bottom, including mopping the floors, for this post. Because you don’t want to see it otherwise. And in other news… I got skinny jeans. And I love ‘em. Just like I love my sponsors! ;)
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