|Draped Headboard or Dressing Table|
Take your length of fabric and fold it in half width-wise. Pinch the center of the fabric together and place it in the top cup hook. You could also knot the fabric in the center and place the knot over the cup hook. Now take one side of fabric, pinch it together about halfway down, and place it in a side cup hook. Repeat this on the other side. You can tie ribbon or cording around each of the side cup hook gatherings. At the center cup hook, you can tie dried roses (or slip them through the fabric knot, if you knotted it).
If you've used this drape over a dressing table, hang a mirror inside the drape. If it's for a headboard, you can leave it empty or hang a small framed picture inside. And don't forget to erase all the pencil marks on the wall!
Pictured Here: My old dressing table covered wtih a tablecloth and framed with a lace drape above. I used about 4 yards of cheap black lace, plus some burgundy wired ribbon as tie-backs.
Gothic Martha Stewart Pages
starting : shopping : motifs : projects : weddings : notes