Headboard Made Out Of Canvas  1. Measure the width of your bed with a tape measure. Purchase a pre-stretched artist's canvas that is a few inches wider than your bed. The height of the canvas is up to you.  2. Spread newspapers in a well-ventilated area. Center your canvas, front-side up, on the papers.  3. Hold the can of adhesive at a 45-degree angle over the canvas. Using back-and-forth motions, spray the front side of the canvas with adhesive. Stand the canvas on edge and set it aside…

Headboard Made Out Of Canvas 1. Measure the width of your bed with a tape measure. Purchase a pre-stretched artist's canvas that is a few inches wider than your bed. The height of the canvas is up to you. 2. Spread newspapers in a well-ventilated area. Center your canvas, front-side up, on the papers. 3. Hold the can of adhesive at a 45-degree angle over the canvas. Using back-and-forth motions, spray the front side of the canvas with adhesive. Stand the canvas on edge and set it aside…

No-sew bottom bunk fort (or, a good way to hide the catastrophe under Tyler's lofted bed) - did this today.  Used a $7 tension rod from Wal-Mart and an old bedsheet.  Threaded the top of the sheet through the tension rod, and instant fort!

No-sew bottom bunk fort (or, a good way to hide the catastrophe under Tyler's lofted bed) - did this today. Used a $7 tension rod from Wal-Mart and an old bedsheet. Threaded the top of the sheet through the tension rod, and instant fort!

i am so going to do this. i have quite a few shirts that no longer fit me and this would be a great way to re-purpose them. no-sew cardigan tutorial - SO EASY.

Turn a tee in to a cardigan by cutting down the middle and using hem tape to create straight sides.

i am so going to do this. i have quite a few shirts that no longer fit me and this would be a great way to re-purpose them. no-sew cardigan tutorial - SO EASY.

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