Materials: “Tupplur” Rullgardin – Rolling curtain. Pencil. Paper knife. (Metal) ruler . Large cutting board, or a thick layer of cardboard on your table. Highlighter.
Description: 1. Put the curtain on the table. 2. Scroll to the part that you want to enhance with a cut-out silhouette. 3. Make a sketch of your design on the curtain with the pencil. Don’t forget this: parts of your design that are protruding upwards or sidewards need a connection to another part of the curtain/design to prevent them from falling over or hanging loose. 4. Highlight the parts to be cut out. 5. Cut them out. 6. Hang up the curtain.
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