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It all started with this wedding border DIY that I did on my favorite bride. The border was simple, inexpensive, fun, and completely customizable. All that you need is a piece of fabric and a sewing machine.
Wedding borders are a relatively big trend right now, so if you are thinking about getting yourself a new border for that special occasion, I highly suggest you check out this tutorial.
Wedding borders are a great way to add a little whimsy to your interior decorating. I think you’ll be impressed with the amount of DIY creativity that goes into this DIY. It’s not just about making your own border, it’s also about how you can use the border as a focal point in your interior design. A lot of interior design can be fun if you incorporate elements from your decor into your wedding design.
Wedding borders are a great way to add a little whimsy to your interior decorating. They can be made in a variety of ways, and I think you will be impressed with the amount of DIY creativity that goes into this DIY. Its not just about making your own border, its also about how you can use the border as a focal point in your interior design.
To do this you need to make a border out of a piece of fabric, paper, or wood. The fabric is what you usually throw over the border of your fabric wall to give it some texture. If you don’t have fabric, a paper or paperboard border is a good option.
Paper and paperboard borders are great options for a DIY wedding border because they are easy to paint. You just roll a sheet of paper around the edge of the border before you paint it. You can also do a border with a paper or paperboard frame, but I think that’s cheating because the frame will get ruined if you paint it before you have time to dry and sand it. I’ll leave that to the pros.
If you dont have fabric, I would recommend using paper to make the border. It can be difficult to paint the border of a fabric wall so I would imagine it would be easier if you use a paper or paperboard border. It will look more professional and you can do it yourself.
Now, if you want to paint the border of your newly constructed wall, it doesn’t really matter. Paper, paperboard, or fabric would work great.
I had one client that was going to redo her kitchen wall in her basement. She was going to paint the walls before she had time to dry it, but she couldn’t decide on the colors. So I went over and explained the process and the color she wanted. She was excited and we started painting.
I would have loved to have seen the border painted by the person that I hired to do it, but my client didnt seem to care.