Dropcloth Valance Hung With Mason Jar Lids

Two weeks ago, I did a home tour for Debbiedoo’s.  It was so hard to put my home out there for everyone, because we have what I would call a lived in home.  Nothing fancy here…most of the decor is home made by me.  So after sending the post to Debbie, I nearly threw up…I just wanted to hide under a rock.  But then the comments and emails started coming…with compliments and questions.  You were all so kind and made me feel like I was on top of the world!  One of the most asked questions was about the valance in my dining area.  What is that?  What are they hung with?  So I thought I should explain..
It’s a long piece of dropcloth…sewn all the way around, scrunched up and hung with Mason Jar Lids!
Yup…that’s a nail right in the center of the Mason Jar Lids I bought from Mindy Mae’s Market…for super cheap I might add.
Our walls don’t hold curtain rods unless you put anchors into the drywall, then sometimes they still don’t hang very well…especially if you change things out constantly like I do.  So, no rod necessary…just hammer those babies right into the wall through the dropcloth um… errr…valance.
I gotta say, I love it.  It’s simple, I already had the lids and drop cloth, so free too!  You could use fabric or an old table runner, or just about anything!
Thanks for being so kind, and giving me the push to keep on doing my thing!

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  1. says

    I think that your “lived in” home is the best kind… kinda biased since that’s exactly what I would call my home!! Love it!! ~ Lori @ Vintage Charm Restored


  2. says

    Girl, I am so happy you put yourself out there and went for it. I knew it your home would be adored by many:) I saw your curtains pinned a LOT too..they are super!


  3. says

    Very cute! I love it. And the best part was it didn’t cost you anything.


  4. says

    Aren’t you the clever lady? Love it!


  5. says

    So SUPER cute!! Love ‘em.


  6. says

    Very clever! I would have never in a million years thought of doing this. What a great idea!

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap


  7. says

    Saw you on Craftberry bush and I love your valance! So creative and cute! Great job. =)
    Angie from http://www.marigoldmom.com


  8. says

    Those curtains are really just too cute for words. Like I don’t got any– just too cute!


  9. says

    Thanks for sharing these! Love, love, love those curtains! Trade ya a mason jar lid valance for a How Now Brown Cow Sign… ;)


  10. says

    It is now a tie between the entry floor redo and this project, adore them both!

    xoxo, Tanya
    twelveOeight


  11. says

    I’ve never seen lids like that before – fabulous look!!


  12. says

    So glad you came out from hiding to show off this fabulous idea! Keep em coming girl!
    Kelly


  13. says

    Jessica! I love this. What a clever idea. I’ve never been a fan of curtains period (in fact I have none in my house) but this is totally cute. I definitely want to do something with drop cloths in my craft room.


  14. says

    OMG! What an amazing idea!! I love the mason jar lids :)


  15. says

    Jessica,

    What a great idea! Now you are a facebook officianado and a fabulous valance creator :)

    Have a great day rock star!
    karianne


  16. says

    Sooo cute! I can’t wait to do this in my daughters house. I showed this to her, she was sooo excited.


  17. says

    Those curtains are certainly the cutest and the mason jar lids are so clever!!!…They look wonderful on the windows…I love the room!!


  18. says

    You have some serious off-the-grid- talent girl!!! I would have never thought to use mason jar lids in this clever way! And inexpensive too!


  19. says

    SO cute. I love this idea! You are very creative, Jessica.
    Mary Alice


  20. says

    Love it! Pretty brilliant if you ask me :) Have a fabulous weekend. Hugs, Kelly


  21. Anonymous says

    So liking it for sure……c what we can come up with if we stare long enough….haha. For a change out too, u could use burlap!!!!!


  22. says

    That is an unexpected, delightful accent, Jess! LOVE it!!!


  23. says

    These turned out looking great and I love that drop cloth valance! Problem solved!


  24. says

    What a creative way to solve your problem! They look great and I love the dropcloth valance!


  25. Kelly says

    Absolutely adorable and unique! Totally awesome

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