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 #
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.
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