Design Your Own Roller Shade With Custom Graphics by Shades Online

March 14, 2016 - 1:07 pm Author: Category:

Design Your Roller Shade With Custom Graphics

Looking For Princess Themed Bedroom Ideas?  Order roller shades with us and you will be able to design your own roller shade with custom graphics today!  Here’s the perfect color scheme and theme for your little princess and her castle!  These colorful and fun colors accentuate my personal favorite: Design-Your-Own Custom Printed Princess black out roller shade!  On today’s SaturDIY project, I am going to share a fun little project using my favorite chevron design which inspired me to make this cute DIY monogram frame to compliment a princess themed bedroom featuring our Design It Yourself custom graphics roller shade. Monogrammed and personalized frames very cute and so easy to make! If you have any friends or family having a baby or needing to redecorate their child’s bedroom this is a perfect little gift. At Shades Online, we carry a large variety of roller shades selections and we can custom print any cartoon, graphics or pictures you would like!   In today’s example we are using a princess theme because I am totally obsessed with the Disney Princesses! We can print your design on any light filtering or blackout roller shade of your choice with the graphics printed on either the room side or window side. You can also choose whether you would like your graphics printed in the center, justified, centered on the bottom or a full bleed all across the entire shade—completely up to you! For bedrooms I personally recommend our blackout roller shades to keep out as much bright sunlight as possible.   MayMonoFrame.jpg Let’s get started on this! Here are the supplies you will need to get started:

  • Frame
  • Choice of Acrylic Paint
  • Paint Brush
  • Pattern Cardstock Paper
  • Applique
  • Wooden Letter
  • E6000 Glue

Once you have cut your cardstock to the proper size for the background, painted your alphabet letter and identified the applique you want to use– you are ready!  After you cut the cardstock background, put the frame back together. Make sure your monogram letter’s paint is completely dry before you glue it to the glass of the frame.  Glue on your applique and admire your awesome work!  This is so easy to do and only takes a few minutes. I hope you enjoyed this project today!  If you liked this post and want to see more like it, you can also follow us at our Pinterest spot as well!