Attach a headboard to a metal frame by lining up the holes on the headboard to the holes on the frame. Ask a friend to hold the frame steady while inserting nuts, bolts and washers to connect the two. More »

To attach a headboard to a metal bed frame, position the headboard so that the bolt holes line up, and fasten the two pieces together using bolts, washers and nuts. Use a wrench to tighten the bolts. More »

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Attach a headboard to a bed frame using bolts that go through the holes in the headboard and the holes in the frame. Attachment requires enough bolts, washers and nuts to secure the frame; two wrenches to tighten the bol... More »

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To attach a headboard to a metal bed frame, position the headboard so that the bolt holes line up, and fasten the two pieces together using bolts, washers and nuts. Use a wrench to tighten the bolts. More »

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To make a queen-size padded headboard, construct a wooden frame, add and weave upholstery webbing through the frame and apply the padding and fabric. For a queen-size bed, the headboard frame should be about 64 by 50 inc... More »

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Attach a headboard to a bed frame using bolts that go through the holes in the headboard and the holes in the frame. Attachment requires enough bolts, washers and nuts to secure the frame; two wrenches to tighten the bol... More »

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Make a simple wooden cradle by attaching a headboard, footboard, two sides and a bottom to two rockers. Basic woodworking tools and skills are required to complete this project, which can easily be done in a day or two. More »

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