So into the garage I went and I found all the tools I needed to make something quick! Using a piece of left over homasote from an old DIY project, a stapler gun and some leftover grass cloth ceiling.
Here are the easy steps:
Cut piece of Homasote: This was a left over piece that was already a good size so I didn't need to cut it. The nice thing about homasote is that you do not need a table saw to cut it. So if you purchased a large sheet at your local home improvement store you could use a knife or razor to cut it to size:
To apply wallpaper use spray glue. I used grass cloth, because due to it's texture it will hide push pin marks and I used spray glue, because due to the porous nature of the homasote wallpaper paste would steep into the board rather quickly. Spray the homasote and the back of wallpaper:
Then flip it over and staple it into place to secure wallpaper even more:
For the corners make an angled cut to get a smooth finish:
Ta da you are almost finished! Now just nail it into the wall. We just used 4 nails and tacked them in the corners.
*Excuse my sparkly walls. We did a candlelight technique in the room and when the flash hits the sparkles come out!
Last use clear push pins as your jewelry hangers and start placing your jewels:
Close up of jewels:
Best part was that we hung the board behind our door. So when it's opened my manly husband doesn't have to see sparkly gems all through out our room:
So easy and it cost me nothing, because it was all supplies that I had around the house.