King size padded headboard – To do this project, starting with mark where you want rows of buttons to go on the plywood piece, which is the size you want your headboard with chalk. You can have your buttons distributed as close to each other or as far apart as you like. Drill a small hole with an electric drill through each chalk ground. Turn piece of plywood and live in a small screw 1 inch below each hole.
Cut sheet of foam. So that it is 4 inches longer and wider than the dimensions of the king size padded headboard using an electric knife. Turn foam and spray it with industrial strength dust spray. Press foam against plywood, adjust it so the plywood is in the exact center of foam. Pull the edges of the foam tight against the back of the plywood. Short gun these edges of foam down towards the back. Lay your King-size sheet face down on a flat surface. Determine the plywood side of the fabric at the exact center.
Pull the edges on sheets over the back of the plywood, short shoot them down. Cut away excess with scissors. Thread and padding needle with strong thread in a matching color like your sheet. Sew buttons against each hole. Pull the thread down towards the back of the plywood, wrap the thread and knot it against the nail. This keeps the button sled down to foam, creating a nice tufted look. Once you have sewn your last button, your king size padded headboard is ready to hang.