Wallart or DIY headboard

Inspired by a design at Fave Crafts, I created wall art to act as a headboard in our Master Bedroom using foam board and fabric. It took less than 30 minutes and I love the results!

I purchased four of these at around $2.50 each. (I only used 3, but it gave me an extra for mistakes)

I cut into panels using a fingertip knife

I wrapped and stapled my fabric and added these brackets to hang them by. These are so incredibly lightweight that you can use just about anything to attach them. I wanted them to be easily removable as I tend to move things around a lot so I added these and then used painter’s tape to keep them in place.

The end result?

Ignore the fact that the bedding doesn’t match. I do have bedding that matches and you see a hint of the fabric that will be curtains at the bottom. The Master is still a work in progress.

Overall, this project cost me roughly $15.00 to complete with the cost of fabric ($2 per yard) and foam board. It was really simple to do!

– Happy Decorating!

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About palaciosamantha
I'm a Social Media Manager for a large home decor company who enjoys staying current in trends in both the fashion and home industries. I have a passion for writing, art journaling, expressive painting, and photography. My greatest loves are my two children.

2 Responses to Wallart or DIY headboard

  1. I really like this idea! Very cute, cheap, and easy! Awesome job! Love hearing about everything crafty that you do!

  2. wall art says:

    Great Idea’s. Perfect to create a little girls room with the princess Disney theme they love.

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