Here is a picture of the painting.
FINALLY, I sent him a text him I knew he was having fun at the track, and said, “So, are you attached to that orange painting?” Probably feeling guilty because he was having fun at the track with his buddies and I was at home with our child he said, “No. Why? What did you buy to replace it?” In my head he said, “No. Get rid of it.” My response was, “Oh nothing! Great!”
When he got home, his orange painting was now a DIY headboard covered with an old curtain for our guestroom. Here is how I did it.
- Ugly painting
- One Old Curtain Panel
- Staple Gun
Lay the painting on top of the clean curtain panel and trim it. Watch out for any stains (that was inserted because my curtain had a ton of them!).
Fold the top side down and staple across the top. Next, pull the fabric taught on the other side and staple the bottom. Proceed with each side, again pulling the fabric taught as you go. I left about three inches in between staples.
Trim the edges with scissors.
There you have it! Instant headboard! I also had enough curtain panel left to make a matching round pillow case. I hung sconces on either side to create balance since the painting was narrower than the bed.
RIP Ugly Orange Painting 2005-2011
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