We’re going to have some minimal words for your on this Wordless Wednesday (fair warning): First, we wanted to THANK YOU for tuning in the past couple of weeks, and especially for the nominations we received for the 2015 BlogPaws Nose-to-Nose Awards.
Secondly, we want to set the scene for the below DIY guide:
You have a dog whom you like to spoil, and that dog loves you very much.
Your dog is protective enough of the house that he likes to bark at strangers that approach it.
Sometimes, your pup gets carried away and might damage or destroy some intervening material between him and the stranger outside. Specifically, we’re talking about the blinds of your windows as today’s “for instance” material.
Notice we’re not naming any names here. *ahem*
Do-It-Yourself! Replace Damaged Blind Slats!
That’s it for most of our words! For your DIY steps to repairing blinds that your over-protective friend may have damaged, just follow the captions below.
Once you have worked the drawstring chord all the way back through all of the slats, your blind should look as it does here (left).
Note: The side of the lattice, left or right, on which you choose to pull the drawstring through for any given slat is not important (either side will work), but notice that we have chosen to follow the blind’s original design and alternated pulling the drawstring through on the left for about 4 consecutive slats, then on the right for about 4 slats, and so on till the bottom.