Padded Headboard Queen – First, Measure your head queen. Decide on final height and shape of your head to determine its size. Second, Draw your headboard on a sheet of plywood. Cut to size with a saw table template. A scroll saw can also be used for more decorative cutouts. Smooth rough edges with sandpaper coarse. Wipe with a damp sawdust and hot cloth.
Third steps to padded headboard queen is spray the front of the head with spray adhesive. Place a piece of foam upholstery on the front of the head. Flip the header above once the adhesive has set. Cut the foam to the shape of the head of the bed with a knife. Fourth, Wrap cotton wadding on the front of the head. Apply the batting on a smooth, even layer on the front. Pull the batting taut on the bottom of the wood and staple directly hitting the head.
Fifeth, Place the fabric on a flat surface. Place the padded headboard on the web. Pull the fabric over the edges to the bottom of the header. Staple in place with staples about 1 inch apart on wood. Sixth, Cut off any excess material. Once your head is stuffed, add decorative accents as desired, such as buttons, tape or pipe. Tips & Warnings: Always wear eye protection when cutting with the table saw are made. Your padded headboard queen is finished now.