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  • Amanda Cory

    DIY headboard Idea Using Shower Curtains or Curtains

  • Stacy Fletcher

    32 Cheap & Chic DIY Headboard Ideas. This is #20 of 32 ideas. Make a bold statement with a headboard created from a curtain panel. Use fabric markers of different thicknesses or colors to write favorite quotes, poems, or lyrics on the panel. Hang the creation from a curtain rod using clip rings.

  • Karen Avis

    Cheap & Chic DIY Headboard Ideas Make a personal statement in your bedroom retreat with a pretty DIY headboard for the bed. Spreading the Word

  • Rocio Mejia

    head board ideas | Cheap Chic DIY Headboard Ideas - Polyvore

  • K. O.

    Shower Curtain Headboard! I just like the quote headboard idea.

  • Mary Kyanda

    Bedroom decoration idea: quotes to collect about sleep...or lack thereof.

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