What if you could upcycle your tired old mini blinds into something beautiful, decorative and vibrant? All you'll need are a few craft store supplies. No sewing required! You'll need a thick upholstery fabric of your choosing, mini blinds, Mod Podge, a foam brush, clothes pins, a tape measure and an iron.
First, you'll want to measure the vertical length of your blinds and write it down, then lay the blinds out on your work space and clip the inside ladder strings. Be careful not to cut the outer strings, as those are the ones that make the lift and lower mechanism work on your blinds.
Your mini blind's slats will need to be seven inches apart, so odds are you'll have way more slats than you need to complete this craft. Take your length measurement and divide it by seven. The resulting number will tell you how many slats you need to keep in tact.
Adding Mod Podge to both the notched fabric and blinds, adhere them together by wrapping the fabric around blinds, using a clothespin to keep it in place while it dries. Follow the same process for the opposite side.