Custom Cut Decor
ITEM # 1479260P141
Print Description
Crafting Time
Varies
Skill Level
Advanced
DESCRIPTION +

Wall Paper Application Method

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Fabric for the walls - measure the wall space to be covered then determine the amount of fabric required for the wall space.  Keep in mind the repeat of the pattern, allowing for any waste that may occur when the design is lined up.  Purchase additional yardage (recommending 3 yd) in case a panel needs to be replaced. 
  • Scissors
  • Dropcloth
  • Liquid starch
  • Push pins for dry wall or painter’s tape for plaster or paneled walls
  • Utility knife
  • Metal edge straight edge
  • Paint roller
  • Roller pan
  • Sponge
  • Another person to help

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Wash the fabric then cut off the selvage. 
  2. Wash the walls and allow to dry completely.
  3. Cut the fabric slightly longer than needed for the height of the wall space and tack or tape it to the top of the wall.  Turn under the top edge of the fabric before taping or pinning as the cut edge may fray while working with it.  Have the helper tack up the fabric and guide them if it needs moved or adjusted.  The outlets will be cut out with the utility knife later.  Let the fabric overhang the baseboard, that will be trimmed later as well.
  4. Lift one panel up at a time, keeping the top tacked to the wall, and apply the starch with a roller.  Bring the fabric down over the wet wall immediately as the starch tends to dry quickly.  Smooth out the wrinkles, working your way down the wall panel.   Be sure to work into all corners.
  5. Use the roller to apply starch to the top of the fabric, allowing it to completely saturate the surface.
  6. After the fabric is totally dry remove the tacks or tape at the top and starch that area like the previous steps.
  7. When the wall is dry, use the straight edge and utility knife to trim away the excess fabric along the baseboards, at the top and around outlets.
  8. If the fabric needs to be removed from the wall just apply warm water to the wall.  A sponge works well for this.

 

Wall Panel Method

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Fabric for the walls - measure the wall space to be covered then determine the amount of fabric required for the wall space.  Keep in mind the repeat of the pattern, allowing for any waste that may occur when the design is lined up.  Purchase additional yardage  (recommending 3 yd) in case a panel needs to be replaced. 
  • Foamcore Board cut the width of the repeat in the fabric.  Purchase enough Foamcore panels to cover the wall completely.
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Masking tape
  • Tacky glue
  • Small nails to mount panels to the wall
  • Hammer
  • Another person to help

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut the Foamcore boards to the width and length needed for the fabric to cover the board.
  2. Cut the fabric 2” wider in all directions so it can wrap around the board and be adhered to the back.
  3. Place the fabric face down on a work surface then the Foamcore panel on top. 
  4. Run a line of glue around the back edge of the panel.
  5. Wrap the fabric around to the back of the board and staple it in place.  Masking tape helps hold it in place while the glue dries.
  6. Cover all the boards and mount to the walls with the nails.

 

Curtain Panel, Rod Pocket

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Determined length of 54” wide fabric (this is for ONE panel)
  • sewing machine
  • basic sewing supplies
  • Iron and pressing surface

DIRECTIONS:

1/2 “ seam allowance

1.Measure desired length of curtain panel and add 10”.  This is the amount of fabric you will need.

2.Cut fabric to that length.

3.Trim selvedges from fabric.

4.Press under ¼” and another 1” for finished side hems.

5.Turn and press top and bottom edges, ½” and another 4 ½” and pin.

6.Check that it measures correct length.

7.Stitch close to fold.

 

16” Pillow with self cording, envelope back

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 3/4 yd 54” home dec fabric
  • 2 yards 8/32 cording
  • 17” square of fleece
  • 16” pillow form
  • Sewing machine w/zipper foot
  • Basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:  (all seams 1/2”)

  1. Cut one 17” square for front.
  2. Cut two pieces 12” X 17” for back.
  3. Cut enough 1 ¾” wide strips to cover 2 yds cording (stitch short ends).
  4. Edgestich 17” edges of back pcs.
  5. Stitch cording with zipper foot.
  6. Place pillow top right side up on top of fleece, pin.
  7. Stitch cording ½ “ from edge around pillow front, overlapping to finish.
  8. Place back pieces right sides down with finished edges overlapping at middle on top of the front and pin.
  9. Stitch around all edges and turn.

 

Pouf Ottoman

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 3 yds 54”home dec fabric allow more to match fabric pattern repeat
  • 5 pounds fiberfil
  • sewing machine
  • basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:

3/8 “ seam allowance

1.Use pattern to cut 8 pieces centering design if needed.

2.Sew pairs right sides together on one side.

3.Sew two of these sections together to make 2 halves.

4.Stitch 2 halves together leaving a 4 “ opening at bottom side.

5.Stuff.

6.Stitch opening.

 

 

SHIPPING & RETURNS +

SHIPPING

Standard Delivery

You can usually expect delivery within 6-10 business days from your order date (business days are Monday-Friday, excluding Holidays).  You’ll receive an email with tracking information when your order is shipped.   Please allow up to 5 business days to receive your tracking information.  

Some items sent directly from our suppliers may take longer, and will ship separate from the remainder of your order. 

Please note that Singer sewing machines cannot be shipped to Guam, Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands or to military bases overseas.

Expedited Delivery

Most items will give you the option to upgrade your shipping method for faster delivery.  If you choose to upgrade your shipping method, your order must be received by 11:00 AM ET or your order may not be processed until the following business day. 

For more details & pricing.  See our Full Shipping Policy >


HASSLE-FREE RETURNS

Creativity shouldn’t be complicated, so you can return items for FREE any time to our stores for a hassle-free refund with a smile. Personalized Fabric and Custom Headboards purchased online cannot be returned. You can also return online items by mail.  See Full Return Policy for Details> 

REVIEWS +

Wall Paper Application Method

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Fabric for the walls - measure the wall space to be covered then determine the amount of fabric required for the wall space.  Keep in mind the repeat of the pattern, allowing for any waste that may occur when the design is lined up.  Purchase additional yardage (recommending 3 yd) in case a panel needs to be replaced. 
  • Scissors
  • Dropcloth
  • Liquid starch
  • Push pins for dry wall or painter’s tape for plaster or paneled walls
  • Utility knife
  • Metal edge straight edge
  • Paint roller
  • Roller pan
  • Sponge
  • Another person to help

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Wash the fabric then cut off the selvage. 
  2. Wash the walls and allow to dry completely.
  3. Cut the fabric slightly longer than needed for the height of the wall space and tack or tape it to the top of the wall.  Turn under the top edge of the fabric before taping or pinning as the cut edge may fray while working with it.  Have the helper tack up the fabric and guide them if it needs moved or adjusted.  The outlets will be cut out with the utility knife later.  Let the fabric overhang the baseboard, that will be trimmed later as well.
  4. Lift one panel up at a time, keeping the top tacked to the wall, and apply the starch with a roller.  Bring the fabric down over the wet wall immediately as the starch tends to dry quickly.  Smooth out the wrinkles, working your way down the wall panel.   Be sure to work into all corners.
  5. Use the roller to apply starch to the top of the fabric, allowing it to completely saturate the surface.
  6. After the fabric is totally dry remove the tacks or tape at the top and starch that area like the previous steps.
  7. When the wall is dry, use the straight edge and utility knife to trim away the excess fabric along the baseboards, at the top and around outlets.
  8. If the fabric needs to be removed from the wall just apply warm water to the wall.  A sponge works well for this.

 

Wall Panel Method

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Fabric for the walls - measure the wall space to be covered then determine the amount of fabric required for the wall space.  Keep in mind the repeat of the pattern, allowing for any waste that may occur when the design is lined up.  Purchase additional yardage  (recommending 3 yd) in case a panel needs to be replaced. 
  • Foamcore Board cut the width of the repeat in the fabric.  Purchase enough Foamcore panels to cover the wall completely.
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Masking tape
  • Tacky glue
  • Small nails to mount panels to the wall
  • Hammer
  • Another person to help

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut the Foamcore boards to the width and length needed for the fabric to cover the board.
  2. Cut the fabric 2” wider in all directions so it can wrap around the board and be adhered to the back.
  3. Place the fabric face down on a work surface then the Foamcore panel on top. 
  4. Run a line of glue around the back edge of the panel.
  5. Wrap the fabric around to the back of the board and staple it in place.  Masking tape helps hold it in place while the glue dries.
  6. Cover all the boards and mount to the walls with the nails.

 

Curtain Panel, Rod Pocket

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Determined length of 54” wide fabric (this is for ONE panel)
  • sewing machine
  • basic sewing supplies
  • Iron and pressing surface

DIRECTIONS:

1/2 “ seam allowance

1.Measure desired length of curtain panel and add 10”.  This is the amount of fabric you will need.

2.Cut fabric to that length.

3.Trim selvedges from fabric.

4.Press under ¼” and another 1” for finished side hems.

5.Turn and press top and bottom edges, ½” and another 4 ½” and pin.

6.Check that it measures correct length.

7.Stitch close to fold.

 

16” Pillow with self cording, envelope back

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 3/4 yd 54” home dec fabric
  • 2 yards 8/32 cording
  • 17” square of fleece
  • 16” pillow form
  • Sewing machine w/zipper foot
  • Basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:  (all seams 1/2”)

  1. Cut one 17” square for front.
  2. Cut two pieces 12” X 17” for back.
  3. Cut enough 1 ¾” wide strips to cover 2 yds cording (stitch short ends).
  4. Edgestich 17” edges of back pcs.
  5. Stitch cording with zipper foot.
  6. Place pillow top right side up on top of fleece, pin.
  7. Stitch cording ½ “ from edge around pillow front, overlapping to finish.
  8. Place back pieces right sides down with finished edges overlapping at middle on top of the front and pin.
  9. Stitch around all edges and turn.

 

Pouf Ottoman

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 3 yds 54”home dec fabric allow more to match fabric pattern repeat
  • 5 pounds fiberfil
  • sewing machine
  • basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:

3/8 “ seam allowance

1.Use pattern to cut 8 pieces centering design if needed.

2.Sew pairs right sides together on one side.

3.Sew two of these sections together to make 2 halves.

4.Stitch 2 halves together leaving a 4 “ opening at bottom side.

5.Stuff.

6.Stitch opening.