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Fabric Covered Headboard Tutorial from So Stinkin' Cute

I think our guest today and I are kindred spirits, I mean we both like cute things so much we have the word cute in our blog titles...and she says stinkin'...and I do too! Will the similarities ever end? I guess so, because my husband would NEVER, not in a million years let me do this in our bedroom....but alas, it is so stinkin' cute!

Hello! I am Suzanne from So Stinkin' Cute. My blog is

about anything I find to be....So Stinkin' Cute!

That can be home decor/DIY, my hubs and kiddos, jewelry,

beauty products, or reality t.v.. Quite a range huh?

After being renters for quite some time I am happy to

be a home owner again of a new home. One thing I knew

I wanted was a fabric covered headboard rather than spending tons

of money on a new bed. I really love doing DIYs because

you get exactly what you want at a fraction of the cost.

Here is the before:

And here is the after:

{this is with pillows I made}

I am still kind of shocked that my husband agreed

to a bubble gum pink king sized headboard, but

he goes with the mantra "Happy Wife, Happy Life"!

It truly was a lot easier than I thought it would be

and with using JoAnn coupons it cost us about $160.

All you really need is plywood, foam, batting,
fabric and a staple gun. The more hands you have to stretch the fabric
the better...don't try this solo!

I finally have a piece of glamour in my mostly
non-glamorous life! I have added various other DIY projects to the room and
I am really happy how it turned out.

For the full post from my blog, you can find it here.

We just finished one for my daughter in a twin size too!

Hopefully, I have inspired you to make one for your home

and thanks so much for having me! This is a true honor!

Thanks Suzanne for the fun before and afters! Be sure to go check out her cute blog and tell her where you found her!

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