How do you hang foam cornice boards?

How do you hang foam cornice boards?

Instructions

  1. Measure the length of your window and add a foot to that. ...
  2. Figure out the width that you want the cornice to be. ...
  3. Make the corners of your cornice by carefully cutting in 6 inches on each side. ...
  4. Wrap a thin batting around the foam board frame. ...
  5. Next, wrap the fabric around the batting. ...
  6. Hanging!

How do you make a valance out of foam board?

To get started, cut your foam to the desired length (outside casing to outside casing) using a serrated knife. Now cut two pieces that are 3 inches wide to serve as the sides of your valance. Once cut, attach them to your long piece of foam by using a few finish nails per side and just pushing in with your hand.

How much fabric do I need to make a window valance?

The obvious answer is that it depends, but you should expect to need somewhere between 1-1/2 to 5 yards of face fabric for a standard 36- to 40-inch window. For double-wide windows (about 70 to 80 inches wide), about 2-1/2 to 8 yards of face fabric is a realistic estimate.

What is the average length of a window valance?

Outside-mounted valances usually have an average drop length of 17 to 21 inches if hung on walls with 8-foot ceilings, and that length gets proportionately longer as the ceiling gets taller.

What size should a valance be for a 36 inch window?

40 to 44 inches

Who bought out Country Curtains?

In October 2017, Country Curtains shareholders voted to liquidate the company, and its retail stores, catalog and internet operations ceased operations at year end. In February 2018, The Vermont Country Store purchased Country Curtains' designs.

How do you hang a valance without a rod?

You can hang is on a board and nail the board to the wall; use velcro. Use the type that is sticky on both sides. The big box stores carry it./span>

How do you hang a fishtail swag?

How to Hang Your Fishtail Swags

  1. Mount your swag holders according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  2. Use a piece of removable tape to mark the middle of the top of your window frame.
  3. Lay your pressed fishtail swag on a flat work surface with the lining side up.