How to Make a Lace Toilet Tank Topper
Recycle a lace curtain into a pretty toilet tank topper. This is a guide about how to make a lace toilet tank topper.
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Pretty up your powder room with a lace toilet tank topper.
- used lace curtain
- 1.5 yards lace
- Aleen's OK To Wash-It
- 4 small flowers
- sewing machine
- Measure the top of your toilet tank lid. From a lace curtain, cut a piece the same size as your measurements, but adding half an inch on all sides.
- Cut your lace in 4 lengths to match each side of the lace, adding 1 inch extra to each piece. Sew your lace to all 4 sides.
- Put a dab of Aleen's Ok To Wash-It on the back of each flower. Wait 5 minutes, then place each flower on a corner.
- Let dry for 24 hours, and you have yourself a beautiful and unique toilet tank topper.
By Susie from Crawfordsville, IN
June 7, 20070 found this helpful
Too darn pretty for the bathroom. I would use it on my coffee table or top of one of my dressers. Very nice.
June 9, 20070 found this helpful
Very pretty, Susie! Love it! Trish in CT
By Ginger in Georgia. (Guest Post)
July 27, 20070 found this helpful
Great Job!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
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By Ann Black (Guest Post)
July 31, 20070 found this helpful
Very elegant . Could one be designed for a tank cover and seat cover?