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I live in northern Sweden, and in summer - there's no sunset it never gets dark. Our house has many big windows and I'm simply too cheap to ...
You'll need: a big sheet of cardboard (the one i used was kind of sloppy and had a lot of holes in it - you may choose a ...
measure your window, and add about 20inches to the height. cut your cardboard the same size. you'll need to know the depth as well.
you measured the depth of your window - right? let' say it is 5 inches deep, than you'll make your foldes about 2,5 inches. mark lines with for ...
no fold the cardboard in every line - all in the same direction! press the fold hard with your hand. see the pictures Now turn the sheet around.
now impress the remaining lines on the other side, and fold them too. you'll end up with a zig-zag folded cardboard.
now take your drill and drill a hole through the folded blind. take the twine and thread it through the holes. if you have a big needle, life ...
mount the side with the knot, on the upside of your window. i chose too clamp it between the window an the frame, for a more permanent solution, ...
to adjust the lenght of the window blind, use the hairclips or clothingpins as shown in the pictures.
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