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Drop cloth curtains and other creative drop cloth project ideas

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Our drop cloths were made to provide an extra layer between, say, oil paint and hardwood floors, but over the years we've discovered other ways to use Frost King drop cloths. We love do-it-yourself projects, but we'll do anything to get out of painting. Let's face it. It isn't easy to get motivated to paint. You narrow it down to three possible paint colors. You buy the brushes, rollers and pans. You even have the drop cloths on the ready. Sadly, these useful supplies have done nothing but collect dust in your garage. If you can't get inspired to paint, inspire your family to use these drop cloths. You may not have time to paint, but you'll make time for something a bit more creative. Imagine drop cloth curtains for the patio. Someone over on Pinterest even made drop cloth slipcovers. One brave soul folded it up into a ruffled drop cloth lampshade. If you're feeling fancy, follow Kelly Rowe's steps to create a DIY drop cloth table runner. After installing a door set, why not complete the entryway with a drop cloth wreath? If you already have this handy do-it-yourself drop cloth headboard, do you really need to move the bed to paint the wall? We'll leave that tricky decision to you and your family. In the meantime, Frost King products don't have to be reserved only for do-it-yourself home improvement projects. Remember our Halloween blog post last year? Thanks to our customers, we're finding all kinds of ways to turn a Saturday into a crafting day. If you have questions about creative ways to use Frost King's drop cloths and plastic sheeting, please view our FAQs, call us at 1-800-299-5700 or send us a message.

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