Today I posted about my giant shower curtain wall art! And LET ME TELL YOU, I am in love…both with the way it turned out, and the cost. So get ready, because all you need to make this wall art is some wood and a shower curtain! I have all the videos saved in my story highlights on @angelarosehome as well.
Let’s get right to it!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Shower Curtain: here is mine, but I have a ton of options BELOW
Sheet for liner: I just used on old one at my house
1×2 inch boards
1 in nails
Step 1: Build your frame.
Using 1 x 2 boards (I used fingerjoint pine, but you can use whatever you want!), I decided on the overall measurement I wanted my art. Cut your boards to size.
TIP: If you cut the top and bottom boards first to the correct width, you will want to subtract 3 inches from your desired height for the side boards to account for the top and bottom board which are 1.5 inches wide each.
You can use screws to attach, but I used my Kreg Jig to drill pocket holes.
Step 2: Attach your fabric
Before I attached my shower curtain, I attached a liner (an old sheet) just to make it so the fabric wasn’t seethrough. Make sure your print is face down, with the frame on top so you don’t staple it backwards! Pulling tight, staple the fabric around the frame. I like to start in the middle of the top board first, then finish the top board. Then I move on to the middle bottom. Lastly, I finish with the sides.
You can stop here, OR you can…
Step 3: Add your thin frame
I used a thin lattice board around 1/4 inch by 1 inch from Home Depot. Cut boards for the top and bottom first and measure a tester board next to it to make sure you cut it to the right length. I attached using my brad nailer and 1 inch nails.