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DIY Tufted Headboard You can make this project with less than $20. Materials: Cardboard box 1.5 yards of fabric 1.5 yards of batting Button covering kit (6 buttons) Needle Thread Stapler Ruler Command Hooks Tutorial: First I took one of my storage boxes left over from the summer and measured the width of my bed and determined how high I wanted it. Then cut it out in whatever shape you want. I chose to make mine rectangular. Space out your buttons evenly and mark where you want to put them…

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$30 DIY Headboard. List of materials we used: ($30 total) - cardboard ($0) - 2 yards of quilt batting ($8) - tape, packing or duct - staple gun - 2 yards of fabric ($12)

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The how to for the little girls DIY fabric headboards. It's a good one.

use a drill instead of threading buttons through at every tuft - saves hours of labor. http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com/2014/08/an-update-on-my-diy-tufting-technique.html

to speed up a tufting project, use a drill and screw to create the tufts and glue the button on top, instead of threading a button through the headboard

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Make your own Plush Headboard for $20!

Make your own Plush Headboard - me and hubby did this Sept 2013 and came out great! Cost about $60 total and less than 1 hour to make. I used extra foam cushion and batting or you can use an old twin size comforter to make it extra plush... Using Drape/curtain material was a great idea as well!