This DIY will even make you stand ten feet tall.
Because you will be as proud as a peacock.
You will puff out your chest, suck in your tummy and stand taller than a super model.
You rock out loud
Are you ready for the transformation ?!
You have some shopping to do. Go to Ikea. You need to buy some throw blankets, a shower curtain liner and bathroom accessories*
*The shells require a trip to the beach….
While you’re buying your throw blankets at Ikea you might want to book a trip to a tropical island.
* daydream *My fave throw blankets are from Ikea, but the truth is, I can’t lie to you … any store that sells funky throw blankets will do the trick. Buy extra. You will need them. In the spirit of honesty, there are also a couple of good reasons for avoiding Ikea. a) Furniture assembly with itty bitty parts
b) Ikea = Swedish for divorce
* hiccup *Another fan-freaking-static idea is to use curtain hooks (like the ones below) to hang your shower curtain. This is not an option if you have a permanently fixed shower curtain rod. Yup. That would be me. I was scumpered. Grommets were my only solution. I also like the look of the grommets and I wanted to test my
If a car is speeding along a highway at 80 miles an hour, and the driver wants to stop every 20 minutes along the 100 mile stretch of road, what is the name of the driver and how many stops did he make ?…. and you were thinking … ” I hate this math shit. I will never need to solve a problem like this in real life. Go square root your mother.”Well the time has come. Math shit. You will need to lay out your throw blanket and determine how many grommets you will need to use and how far apart those grommets will be for an equal distance between each grommet. Damn it. The curse of the dreaded math teacher. Shoot me. Shoot me now.
HOW TO MAKE A SHOWER CURTAIN FROM AN IKEA THROW BLANKET1. Go to
Do you see that hole ? This is where this shit gets real.
If it had a crotch, I would have kicked it.
I’m just kidding. Not really. Seriously.
~ a vewwry vewwry angry feeling arose ~
Not that it happened to me.
It totally happened to me.
Then I had to use this stink bomb glue to rescue the disaster:Btw’s ~ it worked. It also smelled to the high heavens. Maybe I wasn’t thinking straight ??!!
I was high.
My self talk : Why hadn’t I tried this glue thing before now?
Glue is definitely a way to keep a DIY interesting *snicker*
Then….. ohhhh then…..the second disaster struck. While hammering the grommets in place, I hammered a couple of them together and ended up with a grommet shortage.
Who does that ? Grrrh. Me.
Note : I live in the middle of no-where-ville.
The grommet store is about a billion miles away*
* Just around the corner in Canadian miles.
Punch me now.
Double the pleasure. Double the fun.10. You’re almost there. Stand tall, poof out that chest, suck in that tummy and get ready to shower yourself with gorgeousness. 11. Clean up your act and wash that glue right outta ‘yer hair. You should be feeling as proud as a peacock by now. awesomeness today.
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