I would love to hear from you. Ask me your DIY questions or share photos of your projects. If you’re not much for DIY projects and you’re more interested in commissioning me to replicate one of my blogged projects for your home, just send me an email and I’d be more than happy to discuss it with you.

6 Responses to Contact

  1. Julie Lemmon says:

    I’m so excited you’ve started a blog with all your creative projects. I can’t wait to read about what you’re up to next – you inspire me! Don’t forget your tufted headboard. 🙂
    xo, Julie Lemmon

  2. I’m definitely posting about my headboard soon! I’m actually getting ready to make one for my mom within the next few weeks. Hers will be a little different so it will be interesting comparing the two.

  3. Amber Geisz says:

    I think ill just have you come redo my house next. You have plenty of time for that right? 😉 And making soup! hehe

    • Haha, I could do that! I’ve already thought about posting about Lindsay’s new house… I’m sure I’ll get myself involved around there haha. By the time I run out of projects at my house, I’ll be redecorating. I hope Travis doesn’t read this comment!

  4. Allyson Flinner says:

    Hey! So I’ve been waning to make a bed and tufted headboard. I came across yours and love everything about it. I had a few questions for you. Do you know the dimensions of yours and how for apart the buttons are? Also what kind of fabric did you you? Ive seen tutorials with people using just about all kinds but yours is by far my favorite. Also do you know the size of buttons you used for you cover kit and about how thick was the foam layer? Thanks in advance!

    • Hi Allyson,
      The dimensions of the headboard are shown in the drawing on the blog post. I think I used the 7/8″ Dritz button cover kits but you can really use any size you’d like. One of the headboards uses upholstery fabric (from Hancock Fabrics) and it’s pretty think. Then the headboard with the nailhead trim is much thinner. It’s more of a natural linen. I believe I bought it at Joann Fabrics. The foam is about 3 or inches thick. The thicker the foam, the more indented you can make your buttons. Thanks for reading my post! I hope your project goes well. I’d love to see a photo when you’re done!

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