How to Build a King Size Headboard?

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If you need a new headboard, try making one yourself. You can easily build a king size headboard at little cost compared to buying one. To build one you will need a measuring tape, plywood, a black marker, goggles, a jigsaw, foam, glue, fabric, scissors, a staple gun, staples, a stud finder, a pencil, flush mounts, a ruler, a level, a power drill and a screwdriver. See this site for complete directions for building a king size headboard. www.ehow.com
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How to Make a King Size Headboard
Making a king-size headboard for a rustic, eclectic or country home interior can be easily done with the help of three old wooden doors. Not only will your headboard become the focal point of your bedroom, but it is also eco-friendly because you are... More »
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Measure a piece of plywood, the width of your bed. Cover it with foam, then staple on batting, lapping it over the back. Place a piece of heavy material over the batting, and staple on the back. Can add nail head trim around the edges. Attach to the wall.
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