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I was contacted by Dremel and was challenged to take part in their Dremel Weekends Challenge and I knew that I would finally have an excuse and the push I needed to tackle this project! I think that this bed is my favorite!  We have had such a crazy last couple of weeks at our house and I am surprised we were able to get this finished.  But we were planning on surprising our daughter with the bed for her birthday so we spent a late night getting it all finished so it would be ready on time.  I love it when a deadline forces you to get something done! For the curved portion, we had to take a small drill bit and drill a few holes along the curve so that we could cut the curves with a jig saw.
Step 6:  After the middle section has been cut out…find some cheap labor to clean up your work site. I will share how we made the tufted headboard in a later tutorial next week!  I will include a link to it here when I have it ready!
In the meantime…I need to figure out what to hang above her bed now.  I am terrible at the final staging of a room!  Any suggestions?  You guys are always so helpful with these sort of things!  I make the big items and you help me decorate mmm kay?

Using some existing supplies we had on hand we were able to make this bed for just over $110 which is a pretty good price for a bed…especially a tufted bed…and the best part?  You can make it so that it fits your style and tastes EXACTLY!!  I like that! CUSTOM MADE & DESIGN and other trademarks, service marks, and designs are the registered or unregistered trademarks of CustomMade, Inc. Lay the batting out on the floor one layer at a time making sure it is smooth before adding the next layer of batting.
Yes, I realize this is over-kill but I wanted to make sure that the headboard didn’t fall down!!!! Once I figured out where my buttons were going to go (this took me forever because there was some math involved…ugh), it literally took me less than an hour to make this headboard.  Cost for supplies came to less than $95!  Try to buy a king sized headboard for that price!
I am so excited to finally be sharing the DIY Tufted Headboard and bed we just finished making  for our youngest daughter.  This bed has been in my head for a couple of years now and it is so exciting to finally see something you have been thinking about for so long become a reality…a reality that you actually LOVE!

A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. I have studied a million different ways  to do it and after brain storming for the last few months,  I decided I was ready to give it a try.

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