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Headboard attached to metal bed frame, vs. nailed to the wall. Mine is made this way + it looks pro + an added bonus, EZ to slip cover it b/c it isn't attached to the wall.  Mine is a soft rounded shape, covered in linen, wish I had the nailhead trim (mine just has self-fabric piping).  @ Design-Aholic: Afternoon Headboard

Headboard attached to metal bed frame, vs. nailed to the wall. Mine is made this way + it looks pro + an added bonus, EZ to slip cover it b/c it isn't attached to the wall. Mine is a soft rounded shape, covered in linen, wish I had the nailhead trim (mine just has self-fabric piping). @ Design-Aholic: Afternoon Headboard

Fellow pinner: "homemade modge podge. I like this recipe a bit more than the others I've seen on pinterest, bc it also tells u how to get a glossy finish as well as the plain matte" # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Fellow pinner: "homemade modge podge. I like this recipe a bit more than the others I've seen on pinterest, bc it also tells u how to get a glossy finish as well as the plain matte" # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Transfer your photos to candles! (check out even more transfer ideas here)  really nice idea for anniversaries of deaths,lighting a candle is always nice

Transfer your photos to candles! (check out even more transfer ideas here) really nice idea for anniversaries of deaths,lighting a candle is always nice

Easy to make and frugal- homemade Mod Podge! Using this TODAY.

Easy to make and frugal- homemade Mod Podge! Using this TODAY.

DIY 'recipe' for Mod Podge ~ I have never used store brand Mod Podge, so I'm not sure what the consistency is supposed to be like, but when made per this, mine came out more watery than I was expecting.  Still works though!  Next time I will add less water.

DIY 'recipe' for Mod Podge ~ I have never used store brand Mod Podge, so I'm not sure what the consistency is supposed to be like, but when made per this, mine came out more watery than I was expecting. Still works though! Next time I will add less water.

Have a project you are eager to make but don't wanna make a trip to the store for mod podge. Make your own!!

Have a project you are eager to make but don't wanna make a trip to the store for mod podge. Make your own!!

Making your own foam soap.. $4.00 for a year's supply!  We go through this so fast that this might be worth a try.

Making your own foam soap.. $4.00 for a year's supply! We go through this so fast that this might be worth a try.

A lot of easy & clever Mod Podge ideas for the house and gifts.  Cathy and Steve used to have an HGTV show and have great ideas!

A lot of easy & clever Mod Podge ideas for the house and gifts. Cathy and Steve used to have an HGTV show and have great ideas!

Here's my recipe (or modge podge).    You Will Need    1 Cup of Flour  1 1/2 Cups of Water  1/3 Cup of Sugar (any, I used white)  1 Teaspoon of Vinegar      1) Put Flour, Sugar and half of the Water into a saucepan.  2) Heat (low-heat) and mix till watery (no clumps).  3) Add water and vinegar then keep mixing while on low-heat till it thickens.  4) Cool and then keep in an airtight jar.    The vinegar acts as a preservative

Here's my recipe (or modge podge). You Will Need 1 Cup of Flour 1 1/2 Cups of Water 1/3 Cup of Sugar (any, I used white) 1 Teaspoon of Vinegar 1) Put Flour, Sugar and half of the Water into a saucepan. 2) Heat (low-heat) and mix till watery (no clumps). 3) Add water and vinegar then keep mixing while on low-heat till it thickens. 4) Cool and then keep in an airtight jar. The vinegar acts as a preservative

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