DIY Painted curtains with Fevicryl Fabric paints

Turn a plain fabric into a pretty curtain with this stencil fabric painting idea. Read through the blog post tutorial for DIY Painted curtains with peacock pattern using feather stencil and Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Fabric paints.

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Hey crafty peeps! Been a long time since we sat down for a crafty session and I promise this time it’s big and satisfying πŸ™‚

Gone are those days when free time used to be spent in something creative, be it cooking, painting, gardening or something crafty. These days every single minute of free time is spent on social media which is a bit sad. But not when you have me around πŸ˜€ This is something we haven’t shared before on this blog and its absolutely pretty. We are trying hands on fabric painting for the first time and that too for a pretty peacock feather printed curtain πŸ™‚

So come on! Let’s sit down this weekend to make something pretty in a very simple way – fabric painted curtains!

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Must visit places in Pondicherry V/s where we actually checked in

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So guys who follow me on Instagram would know how we had a very small vacation of 3 days to pondicherry and velankanni when during this ganesh chathurthi (September 2017). We want to travel a lot and see new places but unfortunately my job gives so much money but no vacation or not even 4 days leave together! Thats so bad πŸ™ But anyways we kind of make it a point to travel once in a year and that is mostly somewhere around our wedding anniversary that falls on August 28th. Jose loves driving so he kind of picks up all these places in the south of India but I dislike car journey only because atleast two days of our precious holiday is wasted sitting in car and munching on a dozen of Lays pack πŸ˜› but anyways hopefully we will get exhausted of all spots in south soon and we will have no choice but to go longer distances ( Hee hee ).

Note : I swear I started drafting this post in October of 2017 and it took me 8 months to get it uploaded – talk about being lazy!

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