Lace Window Treatment With Cornflour

Looking for privacy? Cover your window with lace!
We adore other people, we love spending time with them, we like talking, sharing experiences, giving advice or just listening. But after giving so much attention to others we need to find some time just for ourselves in isolation which is usually found at home.

But what if you can’t get it there? What if you live on a ground floor and you lack privacy? Or maybe the other block of flats faces yours and it’s so close that you can’t do anything without your neighbours’ knowledge. There is a perfect way out of this situation and what's even better with no heavy shutters blocking the sun and natural light. Annabel Vita is the blog full of crafty pursuits and among them I came across Lace Window Treatment With Cornflour. Using simple ingredients and a few pieces of lace you can decorate your windows and get as much privacy as you wish. Yet when you want to block the sun in the summer check out No Sew Roman Shades.

Which option would you go for? Send the photos of your shutters to our website.

A neat tutorial on Lace Window Treatment With Cornflour.

What you need:


  • Brush
  • Scissors

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Lace
  • Cornflour
  • Water


0 thoughts on “Lace Window Treatment With Cornflour

  1. Kami nl says:

    This is a great idea!my question is: does it need to be lace or can I use pieces of net curtain?

  2. Kothai says:

    Do you need to stick the lace on the side painted with corn flour, is it possible to upload a video on how to do?

  3. Curiosity says:

    Nice look, but by practical approach: how about cleaning the window? guess it’s less removable than a regular “sticker” :(

  4. Karina Haczek says:

    I think you need to remove it completely if you want to clean the window but since it’s just cornflour-based glue this shouldn’t be a problem :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    the corn flour will stick to the window until you wet it with hot water. it should peel right off after a quick soak.

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