These Photo Curtains Are Made Entirely of 35mm Picture Slides

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 12, 2013 • References: etsy & upcyclethat
35mm slide pictures might a relatively outdated form of capturing moments, but these photo curtains make quick use of the tiny creations to make a completely unique window treatment. The curtains are made by connecting dozens of the little photos by punching holes in the corners and weaving a tough thread between them.

Created by Etsy user LostEtsy, the photo curtains are a fantastic way to upcycle 35mm slide pictures after they've been scanned and backed up. Moreover, a little ingenuity and patience might turn this product into a lengthy DIY, should you have a number of slides left over from yesteryear.

Once hung, the photo curtains help to reduce light, but mostly are for creating a completely unique form of window treatment that cast a rainbow effect across the space. Stats for Vintage Photo Window Treatments Trending: Older & Chilly
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