Sharon Herrington: You can use woodprix instructions to build it yourself guys.
Jennifer Collazo: Love it, Thanks for sharing
Remington Mcneese: Go to woodprix page if you'd like to know how to build it. Great solutions for everyone I think.
Laura Zielke: This was great. Is there any way you could take a photo of the back of it once you have the white liner on? I'd really like to see how you did that part.
Alan Hoffman: Great video, thank you. If my cornice is 12 ft long and 11 in. tall, do I buy fabric 13 ft long and throw away excess or can two pieces of cut fabric be sewn together - appearance is key.
Thank you. Alan
Terri Henningson: Great job!
Don't judge anyone: before u start the video show what u need for the project first and another thing is that most people don't care what u have to say about it bc u don't know what they want
Tracey Snyder: I would also like to see how to attach to wall.
Jani King: thank you very much that is just what I was looking for.
Fleurettes Doshier: When you finish adding front material, what color for back of cornice do you use? White or black? Can you just put same material in back as front? Can you make a video on how to tuck the back material in? Thanks.
143mariyam: Hi . your tutorial was the only one which was so helpful. I really want to mount an L shaped curved cornice board with fabric as I have a L shaped window. Can I know how I can do a L shaped curved cornice board? ( it has to be curved at the corner than straight. Thank youuu...
telosfd: Really perfect job.Can I ask if you have a relationship with Jennifer Aniston !!!!!!!
Linda Baglio: How would I do this using more than 1 fabric? I want to use 2 fabrics on my cornice and add welting in between the 2 fabrics...If I staple each one individually I will see a dent from pressing in the batting...help???
Gift Wrapping Academy Neelam Meetcha (UK's Gift Wrapping Expert): Thanks for sharing, lovely
It's In The Show: Making and installing one today! Thanks for your help!
DIYHIPChicks: Jim. When covering tricky spots - corners & v's, you need to staple fabric as close as you can go to the curve keeping it taut on front. In area of curve you have to make V cuts into excess fabric that folds over back, allowing to to bend. Cut V's every 1/2 inch along length of this area, don't let cuts wrap around to front & "play" with fabric. Fold it over and staple as you much as u can to keep it smooth. You may need to make cuts every1/4 inch. Staple often and take ur time. Any more?, lmk
Jim Repp: Where can I see an explaination of wrapping fabric around tight concave corners or "v"s.
DIYHIPChicks: Thanks for feedback maryshome8 I am developing more detailed advanced videos that will have more complicated steps in it. I wilt be sure to include that plus cording and other details. Happy DIY ing
DIYHIPChicks: I am working on more Home decor videos and DIY window treatments. Sorry I don't have it ready for you yet.
maryshome8: This would actually be a perfect video, other than the fact that the most difficult part of the project was skipped...how to wrap the curved portion.
How to Cover a Cornice Board w/ Fabric - HIP Chicks part 25
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