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Burlap and Baseball Holdback…

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At last week’s PoPP I shared with you guys my son’s dresser…

Well, a few of you asked me about his curtains and his baseball curtain holdback… so I thought I’d give you the low-down.

I shared about his Ikea curtains with some added burlap flare last fall.  This is a really simple upgrade to make on basic store bought curtains.  I found my burlap at Wal-Mart and cut it to the size I wanted… then I just hot glued it down… simple!

I added some fraying at the top of the curtains by just pulling out one string at a time till I got the look I wanted.


Just make sure you have your burlap glued down 1st…. love the fray!

To make his baseball curtain holdbacks  I took a simple holdback…

I think I got it at Target… and a rubber baseball from Dollar Tree.

I drilled a hole in the ball so it could slide the ball onto the holdback (you probably could use a knife… JUST BE CAREFUL!!!)…

and you’ve got a cute baseball curtain holdback!

Burlap & baseball…

all American boy!

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  1. The idea is super cute! I will try the burlap at the bottom very soon. By the way, I have pleased to see your amazing project. Thanks anyway!

  2. Wow your baseball curtain hold back is cute. Currently I’m using fabric one and planning this one with another one like yours.
    Thanks for sharing with us.

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  4. Your curtain holdbacks are so cute. Nice going.

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