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My apartment doesn't have much on the walls. I've always wanted a headboard. I love books. Answer? Book headboard.
a large assortment of book covers, carefully cut from the pages using an exacto knife or something similar. (These can be found at used book stores or thrift ...
This works best in layers going from the outside in. I decided to separate my covers by color and work with them that way. I chose to do ...
Take two of the larger, uglier books (or ones that don't fit your color scheme as much as you'd hoped) and glue them down in the middle of ...
The goal here is to add a bit of depth and cover all of the gaps in the bottom layers. I chose my prettiest covers for this, as ...
This will make it easier to clean, less likely to fade, and waterproof it in just in case. I took the headboard down to my dungeon (apartment basement, ...
We used two packages of 3M medium picture hanging strips. You could screw it into a wall, but my walls are quite crumbly and my boyfriend at the ...
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