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How-Tuesday: Headboard From Wallpaper Projects (Giveaway too!)

Sep 15, 2009

by Michelle Traub handmade and vintage goods

My favorite part of visiting historical homes is hands down, the wallpaper. Ornate, textural, colorful, geometric, gilded, florid — these are the kinds of patterns that transform a space into a realm. For this week’s How-Tuesday, we’re sharing a project from Wallpaper Projects, as well as general instructions for installing wallpaper yourself. In Derek and Lauren’s book, innovating with this inspiring material to produce brooches, lampshades, medicine cabinets, and room dividers brings instant design to any element in your home. The Headboard how-to below is an easy way to customize your bedroom with the option to change it up every few years. And since even Marimekko has jumped on the wallpaper bandwagon, it’s time to take paste into our own hands.

Do you use wallpaper in unusual ways? Comment on this post and you’ll be eligible to win a free copy of the book, or pick one up for yourself here.

Why Wallpaper?
It’s beautiful. Yes, this is certainly true. If you’ve spent any time browsing home decor books or magazines, or clicked around on any design blog worth its salt, you’ve undoubtedly noticed all the gorgeous contemporary and traditional wallpapers making their way back into the mainstream of interior design. Artists and designers of all stripes are not only rediscovering wallpaper, they’re reinventing it. Aided by remarkable innovations in digital printing, design, and distribution, many manufacturers are exploding traditional expectations of what wallpaper can be, offering consumers all sorts of new and exciting options — from types of paper and ink to alternative eco-friendly materials to affordable custom designs.

It’s versatile. Sure, paint is great, but it’s got nothing on wallpaper. Even with 101 different shades of white to choose from, painting a room can only get you so far. Wallpaper, on the other hand, can (and will) completely transform a space. Depending on what pattern, motif, or colorway you choose, applying wallpaper to even just a single accent wall can make a room feel tall, wide, small, big, bright, dark, fun, serious, quiet, loud, funky, classic…whatever look or mood you’re going for, there is a perfect paper out there for you.

It’s easy and fun. Forget all your preconceived notions about wallpaper. It isn’t messy, or hard to install. It’s not some sort of interior design tattoo that you’ll be stuck with forever. The papers and adhesives on the market today have made the whole process much safer and more forgiving, and the results more durable yet even easier to remove. If you make a good game plan and use the right tools, we bet you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how easy wallpapering actually is.

It’s great on and off the wall. Every wallpaper project is different, but one thing they all have in common is leftover scraps. With a bit of crafty ingenuity you can turn what would normally be inevitable waste into a unique opportunity to beautifully accent different areas in your home, create personalized stationery and accessories, revamp tired pieces of furniture, create frame-worthy works of art, make one-of-a-kind gifts…the options are endless. We’ve included more than 50 fun projects in this book to get your creative juices flowing.


Since we’ve never found a headboard we were in love with, we spend an inordinate amount of time in the morning fluffing up our pillows to conceal as much of it as possible. Crafting one out of wallpaper opens up all kinds of possibilities: Not only can you play with colors and patterns, but you can cut out shapes as ornate or simple as you’d like.

Large piece of scrap paper for template

Measuring tape
Blue painter’s tape (optional)
Wallpaper paste
Brush or paint roller
Plastic float

1. Measure the width of your bed and decide how tall you want the headboard.
Standard Bed Widths

  • Single: 39″
  • Double/Full: 54″
  • Queen: 60″
  • King: 76-78″
  • California King: 72″

2. To create a template, photocopy or trace our Headboard template or draw your own template design on scrap paper. To ensure symmetry, make the template for one half of the headboard and flip it over so that it mirrors itself when tracing out your design. You can download a PDF of the Headboard template here.

3. Cut out the template from the scrap paper with scissors, and trace the design onto your wallpaper of choice. If your design is wider than two sheets of wallpaper, you may need to align and piece three sheets together. We suggest lining up the seams and temporarily taping them into one piece with blue painter’s tape before tracing and cutting out your design.

4. Cut out your wallpaper headboard, and apply the paper to your wall as you would normal sheets of wallpaper. See general instructions for applying wallpaper below.

Applying Paper to Your Walls

Two sets of hands are better than one when it comes to handling long expanses of wet paper, so it’s a good idea to invite over a friendly helper.

First, read the instructions that came with your paper. Different manufacturers may recommend different methods for installation. Prepasted papers, for example, just require a quick soak in water. But in general, the following instructions pertain to most situations. Cover your table with a plastic drop cloth and have all your tools within easy reach. Then, start pasting.

1. Lay your wallpaper strips on top of one another, pattern-side down, with the first piece on top of the pile. (When you spread the paste over the edges of the top piece, it’ll go directly onto the back of the next piece, which means less mess and no wasted paste.)

2. Pour a nice, big glob of paste into a paint tray.

3. Use either a wallpaper brush or a paint roller to apply an even layer of paste to the entire back of the paper, working from the center out to the sides. It’s especially important to make sure you get the edges, which will prevent your seams from showing. Because nobody wants their seams showing, right?

Once you have full paste coverage on your strip, it’s time to book it. “Booking” your paper involves laying pasted sides together — which seems quite counterintuitive but ends up saving you space and ensuring better adhesion of your wallpaper. This process will allow the paste to activate and be properly absorbed by the paper. Rest assured, it will pull apart just fine.

1. With your first strip pasted-side up, grab one end and bring it toward the center of the strip, creating a very loose fold. Without creasing the paper, place the end down so the pasted sides are together.

2. Bring the other end toward the center and place it so that the cut lines are butting — thereby essentially folding your strip into thirds.

3. Now you can fold the strip onto itself a few times (no creases!) and set it aside while you paste up the next one. You can leave booked pieces in a plastic bag for up to half an hour without any problems. We generally paste and book 4 to 5 pieces at a time.

Hanging It Up
This is it. The moment of truth — applying the pasted paper to your wall. This is also when you discover wallpapering is much easier than you imagined it would be. The paper is totally manageable, the paste surprisingly forgiving… Congratulations, you are minutes away from enjoying a magically transformed room.

1. Use a level and a pencil to lightly mark a plumb (perfectly vertical) line on your wall where you want to put up the first piece of wallpaper.

2. Unfold the top half of your first pasted-and-booked strip and, beginning at the top of the wall, line its edge up with your plumb line.

3. As you line up the edge, press the paper against the wall and begin smoothing it down with your smoothing brush.

4. Once you reach the middle of the wall, unfold the bottom half of the paper and continue lining up the edge with the plumb line, smoothing as you go. You may notice a few small air bubbles, but don’t panic — those will disappear as the paper dries. If there are a number of large air bubbles that are making you nervous, gently pull the paper away from the wall and smooth it down again.

5. With the paper in place, nice and straight, smooth the entire strip down with your brush, working from the center outwards.

6. Repeat the same smoothing process with your plastic float. This will spread the underlying paste evenly out toward the edge of the paper and press your seams flush to the wall.

7. Grab your second pasted strip and repeat steps 2 through 6. But instead of lining up the edge with the plumb line, you’re now matching the pattern of the wallpaper.

8. Once you’ve got a few pieces up, gently wipe down the paper with a damp sponge, especially at the seams, to remove any paste that may have made its way out onto the front.

9. Continue pasting up your strips until you reach the end of the wall.

10. Place your 4″ broad knife at the top of the wall where it intersects with the ceiling or molding. Carefully slide the blade of your utility knife along the edge of the broad knife to create a clean, straight cut. Continue cutting in this manner until you’ve reached the end of the strip. Snap yourself off a fresh blade and move onto the next strip.

11. Repeat the same cutting process along the bottom edge of the paper where it intersects with the floor or molding.

Do you use wallpaper in unusual ways? Comment on this post and you’ll be eligible to win a free copy of the book, or pick one up for yourself here. Thanks to Derek Fagerstrom, Lauren Smith, and the good folks at Chronicle Books for sharing this project with us.

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  • SmugglersChest

    SmugglersChest said 8 years ago

    This is AWESOME!!

  • NerdyApples

    NerdyApples said 8 years ago

    very cool

  • angiestargazer

    angiestargazer said 8 years ago

    What a killer idea! I love the brocade wallpaper! The book would be super ... I have ideas-a-brewin'!!! xoxo

  • bylynnkrestel

    bylynnkrestel said 8 years ago

    i love diy tuesday - thanks for all the great info!!

  • tootsweethandbags

    tootsweethandbags said 8 years ago

    i totally need a headboard! awesome!

  • chocolatecreative

    chocolatecreative said 8 years ago

    This is great help, I have been thinking for some time to do the paper bed headboard in my bedroom, so this is very useful and very well explained. I just need to decide which paper to use, so much choice out there!!. Regards from London

  • zuppaartista

    zuppaartista said 8 years ago

    what a super cool idea! thanks for this! :)

  • WickedDarling

    WickedDarling said 8 years ago

    I love this idea!

  • thelovelythings

    thelovelythings said 8 years ago

    i long for this book..... & a new headboard. yes.

  • pinkytoeclothing

    pinkytoeclothing said 8 years ago

    So cool, what a great idea!

  • kbowell

    kbowell said 8 years ago

    I love it! I use old wallpaper samples I find in thrift stores in jewelry that I make, as well as backdrops for 3-D felt shadow boxes for children.

  • lovelygifts

    lovelygifts said 8 years ago

    Great info!

  • breadandroses

    breadandroses said 8 years ago

    Swell project & good instructions!

  • janellelile

    janellelile said 8 years ago

    Gorgeous project and I love all the cheerleading! I don't think I've ever felt capable of wallpapering until now :)

  • FrillyButts

    FrillyButts said 8 years ago

    Great idea! Now I just need a headboard and some wallpaper...

  • smashgirl

    smashgirl said 8 years ago

    Awesome idea, how cool to have a headboard using some great vintage wallpaper, thanks for sharing!

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry said 8 years ago

    I used to work as a decorative painter specializing in furniture and I would get a LOT of great vintage dressers and armoires with serious veneer issues. After filling the damaged areas and sanding, I primed and used heavily textured wallpaper called anagylpta to cover the surface. I favored paper that had motifs similar to those found in tin ceilings. I painted over the paper and glazed it to bring out all of the detail, gave it a few coats of poly and voila! A piece of furniture that is given another lease on life. If anyone wants to see pics, I have plenty. Just convo me!

  • adancingmoon

    adancingmoon said 8 years ago

    Now this is a faux technique I can really get into.There are so many wallpaper patterns,even textured ones,the possibilities are endless.Thank you for an awesome idea !!! cindy

  • jewelrybyjackie

    jewelrybyjackie said 8 years ago

    Wallpaper for covering books is so cute and creates a wonderful-looking book shelf! I love this idea too, and it would look so perfect in my space! - Thanks : )

  • voleurdebijoux

    voleurdebijoux said 8 years ago

    fantastic! i love diy projects!

  • ColorfulTherapy

    ColorfulTherapy said 8 years ago

    WOW -- what an AWESOME idea -- happy days ;)

  • bethdemmon

    bethdemmon said 8 years ago

    i actually blogged about this book before- love that wallpaper!!!

  • beautifulbridget

    beautifulbridget said 8 years ago

    That's so cool!!

  • SimplyGrove

    SimplyGrove said 8 years ago

    Very lovely!!!!

  • ChocolateMintCrafts

    ChocolateMintCrafts said 8 years ago

    OMG!! I can't believe this!! I just made a very similar project for my bedroom last weekend! I made a wallpaper headboard for my bedroom and it came out great! I really recomend this. It looks awesome!!

  • 3squares

    3squares said 8 years ago

    great headboard! i once covered a plain picture frame with wallpaper. not sure i'd call that unusual, but i liked it!

  • alibli

    alibli said 8 years ago

    I might try it!

  • DanaLaymon

    DanaLaymon said 8 years ago

    i have wrapped wallpaper around or cool scrapbook paper around styrofoam squares (in a square of 9) and hung them on a large wall in my house. everyone loves them!

  • SweetAnnieRose

    SweetAnnieRose said 8 years ago

    So far I have only used wallpaper to cover clipboards for display on my wall, but I have a great project in mind for covering the cupboards in my rental without damaging the cupboards in any way. If it works out, I'll have to share that it did... anyway, HUZZAH for wallpaper! HUZZAH for wallpaper projects that I can do without having to damage my rental!

  • heartsandlaserbeams

    heartsandlaserbeams said 8 years ago

    loving this post! i've used wallpaper as a background texture in paintings before - you glue the wallpaper down onto the canvas and keep your paints fairly transparent, and it gives everything this really great layery ethereal effect. also, could i please win the book? k thx bye!

  • YellowBirdBoutique

    YellowBirdBoutique said 8 years ago

    What an awesome idea! I have used wallpaper to cover shelves. It is easy to use and looks great! I need a new headboard, so I can wait to try this idea! =)

  • monkeyandsquirrel

    monkeyandsquirrel said 8 years ago

    so beautiful. i might just have to give this a whirl in my new house!

  • WhiteFlagDesigns

    WhiteFlagDesigns said 8 years ago

    Oh wow!! I've been looking for an awesome headboard, as I'm currently without one; you guys may have saved the day!

  • poppyswickedgarden

    poppyswickedgarden said 8 years ago

    oooh THis is such a great idea! I love it! I might just take off my headboard so I can do this one!

  • warmnfuzzies

    warmnfuzzies said 8 years ago

    This would be beautiful, but I can't wallpaper. I am terrible at it. LOL

  • recycledwares

    recycledwares said 8 years ago

    very pretty. just imagine the possibilities - you could do all sorts of shapes on a wall instead of covering the whole wall.

  • OwlandMouse

    OwlandMouse said 8 years ago

    Genius! I'm definitely bookmarking this for later! I've been intimidated by making a fabric covered headboard, but this seems so much easier!

  • VintageJamie

    VintageJamie said 8 years ago

    So great! Thank you~

  • helenaemmans

    helenaemmans said 8 years ago

    bookmarking, especially for the headboard!

  • lisaroy

    lisaroy said 8 years ago

    love the headboard idea!

  • worksandfinds

    worksandfinds said 8 years ago

    Love it. Thank you.

  • laurart

    laurart said 8 years ago

    I like taking patterned wallpaper to use in collaging and mixed media paintings -- very nice effects come from that. Lovely!

  • paintnplace

    paintnplace said 8 years ago

    I LOVE the headboard! We recently shoved two twins together to make a king and NEED a headboard! Thanks for the great idea! ** I buy wall paper thats discontinued and use it to wrap gifts!!

  • BululuStudio

    BululuStudio said 8 years ago

    what a beautiful project. Thank you Etsy and Michelle.

  • slidesideways

    slidesideways said 8 years ago

    Oh so cool! I love wallpaper! Thanks for the HowTo.

  • vivikas

    vivikas said 8 years ago


  • woolpanda2

    woolpanda2 said 8 years ago

    How exciting. Wallpaper = fantastic!

  • beachhouseblues

    beachhouseblues said 8 years ago

    Great project!!

  • thebestvintage

    thebestvintage said 8 years ago

    Love the How to.... Very helpful!!

  • junkyjunk

    junkyjunk said 8 years ago

    Ooh, how fun! vintage is back in! Love the textured wallpaper! Great project idea, I love it.

  • thewonderlandstudio

    thewonderlandstudio said 8 years ago

    how cool!

  • FabricDestashSale

    FabricDestashSale said 8 years ago

    Everyone should remember that you can do this same project using FABRIC too - whether it's upholstery fabric, or cotton or patchwork. Fabrics respond to the same adhesives very well, and can be embellished further with decorative nails, beads, buttons, lace, rick-rack, and even paper!

  • BlueCrushBeads

    BlueCrushBeads said 8 years ago

    I love EVERYTHING--Oh man I wish I was Rich. But then again my shopping gets a little out of hand at times.

  • VixVintage

    VixVintage said 8 years ago

    Thanks, I love the vinyl headboard.

  • fyf198

    fyf198 said 8 years ago

    very beautiful ! i love your work .

  • pandawithcookie

    pandawithcookie said 8 years ago

    Wooden level, so tempting.

  • desertnana

    desertnana said 8 years ago

    wonderful directions~thank you so kindly I want to Wall Paper! ~Hugs DesertNana

  • buygollymissmolly

    buygollymissmolly said 8 years ago

    I wallpapered a bathroom once- not unusual use of wallpaper but gees it was hard! Your directions are very straightforward- think I might be able to pull off the headboard!

  • SweetPeaFabrications

    SweetPeaFabrications said 8 years ago

    And I love, love, love wallpaper!

  • babyannequilts

    babyannequilts said 8 years ago

    As a kid my sister and I shared a room that was painted on all four walls with a jungle mural. It was the coolest room...until we got sick of looking at the jungle all the time. Then my mom painted the walls and wallpapered one wall with a pretty yellow flower print. I loved that wallpapered wall and always thought it was smart of my mom to only paper one wall so it wouldn't overwhelm us. But then I started to miss the jungle...

  • theclassicfarmhouse

    theclassicfarmhouse said 8 years ago

    Love the wallpaper headboard! Now wondering what wall I could do this on :0)

  • MyMoms

    MyMoms said 8 years ago

    These look magnificent! great theme!

  • ArtDecoDame

    ArtDecoDame said 8 years ago

    how fun!

  • mrsfatface

    mrsfatface said 8 years ago

    Very neat idea.

  • Tina669

    Tina669 said 8 years ago

    I love this idea!

  • kimmae86

    kimmae86 said 8 years ago

    Love this! Too bad I already have a headboard :) Wallpaper is making a comeback!

  • meandminnie

    meandminnie said 8 years ago

    I love this idea!

  • somavenus

    somavenus said 8 years ago

    ohhhh rad! i'm gonna try this out!

  • angelene

    angelene said 8 years ago

    what a great idea! I love wallpaper. I am renovating at the moment and am going to do a feature wall with some luxe wallpaper... yummy!

  • sewingmomma

    sewingmomma said 8 years ago

    Wow. Thats so awesome!

  • oneeskimo

    oneeskimo said 8 years ago

    yew.. wanna try this...

  • mavend

    mavend said 8 years ago

    I think I'll use this in my new place. Happy to be moving soon. :-)

  • rollerscait

    rollerscait said 8 years ago

    So creative! I love Etsy for introducing me to so many new ideas

  • tashascreations

    tashascreations said 8 years ago

    I know what my next project is going to be!

  • newivystyle

    newivystyle said 8 years ago

    Hi!I love wallpaper, especially vintage. Here are a few links to my flickr account (ivy style33) where you can see a few ways I 've used wallpaper: In the reading corner: In the living room above the couch: At the litle office corner: Simply copy and paste the above links....hope you will enjoy! Oh!Btw this book has been lately on my book wish list.It must be fabulous, filled with brilliant, creative ideas!

  • newivystyle

    newivystyle said 8 years ago

    Oh! need to copy and paste!...simply click on the nice and convenient. Thanx Etsy storque :-)

  • evihan

    evihan said 8 years ago

    wowww gorgeoussss

  • Baghy

    Baghy said 8 years ago

    Seem like a fun project. Wallpaper really can change the look of a room. I never thought I would do anything like this but it's time for something new. I know just the place to put it!

  • artwatercolor

    artwatercolor said 8 years ago

    Thank you for the very useful lesson :) Let's make our homes stylish with a handmade touch!

  • HoneyBoo

    HoneyBoo said 8 years ago

    Cool idea! will keep that in mind :)

  • artangel

    artangel said 8 years ago

    What a great project! May have to give this a go!

  • spacejam

    spacejam said 8 years ago

    the idea is awesome!!

  • hazelandhunter

    hazelandhunter said 8 years ago

    this is great! i've always been afraid of wallpapering even though i LOVE wallpaper...maybe i'll give this a try!

  • meeabee

    meeabee said 8 years ago

    I love wallpaper. I have some samples that I got from Wallpaper from the I use it as matts for free postcards, in cheap frames. I'd love this book!

  • cassidycay

    cassidycay said 8 years ago

    I read about this once in a magazine I used to love called Blueprint, that is now canceled. I thought that this idea was so clever. Thanks for sharing!

  • vantiani

    vantiani said 8 years ago

    Oh! I've seen this book at Kinokuniya here! And already so amazed by the beautiful photos and those wallpapers in it:)

  • swurme

    swurme said 8 years ago

    I love this idea!

  • bythewayside

    bythewayside said 8 years ago

    I love the custom look just a little wallpaper can give to any decor! What a great idea for a headboard - and it won't break the bank :)

  • heatherlynn515

    heatherlynn515 said 8 years ago

    I love the look of wallpaper, but have always been afraid of it. I'd love to check that book out. Great post!

  • goodlookin

    goodlookin said 8 years ago

    Love this idea!!

  • JackieOcean

    JackieOcean said 8 years ago

    Great ideas!

  • jaimemw

    jaimemw said 8 years ago

    Years ago, I found a barrel of vintage wallpaper in an old nightclub that was about to be torn down. Silvers and blues with birds and twigs... so shimmery and fantastic! I've been saving it for something fun and I think I just found the project! Thanks for the idea... I can't wait to get to work on it!

  • DotisSpot

    DotisSpot said 8 years ago

    My Best memory with my Mother in law, Bea is when we hung wallpaper in their bath room. It was tan with old fashioned bathroom stuff. Was a fun day. Thanks for the smile. Doti

  • edor

    edor said 8 years ago

    great and easy idea!

  • paramountvintage

    paramountvintage said 8 years ago

    great how to! headboards can be so beautiful and personalized!

  • pegasong

    pegasong said 8 years ago

    I use wallpaper for making cards and scrapbooking photos to frame.

  • thecluelesscrafter

    thecluelesscrafter said 8 years ago

    I would use TEXTURED wallpaper like a soft grasscloth to create more dimension.

  • bhangtiez

    bhangtiez said 8 years ago

    Great idea! Thanks 4 sharing!

  • resultsnottypical

    resultsnottypical said 8 years ago

    very cool. i like a little padding on my headboard, but i'm excited for the other ideas in the book. my apartment has some inset built in bookshelves and i am considering putting in a patterned wallpaper in the back to give them a little pop.

  • designsbyv

    designsbyv said 8 years ago

    I am so gonna do this project this weekend. i have been searching for a headboard i like and like you have not. i'm very excited. thanks so much, v

  • alison0000

    alison0000 said 8 years ago

    awesome. I really need a headboard!

  • HazelnutDesigns

    HazelnutDesigns said 8 years ago

    Too fun! I've never been brave enough to use wallpaper! I might delve into it now!!! Cheers!

  • CavemanPottery

    CavemanPottery said 8 years ago

    Now I know what to do the next time I need a bed! That is a cool way to have a one of a kind piece in your home for a fraction of the money. I have used "border" before to dress up room darkeners, so now I have another use for wallpaper. Thanks for sharing.

  • HoneysuckleLane

    HoneysuckleLane said 8 years ago

    What a great idea! Thanks for the how-to. I have headboard made from an antique door taken from my parents' home.

  • buttercup592007

    buttercup592007 said 8 years ago

    now i just need to find walpaper to match my bedding

  • shrimpsaladcircus

    shrimpsaladcircus said 8 years ago

    Ah - I just might have to try this, since I don't currently have any sort of headboard!!! I've used vintage wallpaper before as covers for hand-bound books but haven't ever tried anything so large-scale!

  • mandyjeanne

    mandyjeanne said 8 years ago

    This is such a good idea. Love your work!

  • judysnow

    judysnow said 8 years ago

    This article makes me want to go out and browse all the markets and stores for wallpaper and once again try my hand at wallpapering. You have made it sound like a fun, project, so much easier than when I tried this years ago. I like the Headboard, and would love to wallpaper night stand.

  • kmelkight

    kmelkight said 8 years ago

    I think this book has crossed my radar but this project really made me take notice! I love wallpaper but can't imagine using it on walls, for the same reason I don't have a tattoo -- my tastes change too often! But this opens up a whole new world. Just looking around my office ... I could re-paper a lampshade, line the back of bookshelves, resurface scratched tabletops ...

  • chineseart88

    chineseart88 said 8 years ago

    I love your work very much.

  • lealerjcreates

    lealerjcreates said 8 years ago

    Love the article. I want to do this someday!

  • LadyLuLus

    LadyLuLus said 8 years ago

    Interesting article Great Pics!

  • mspenla

    mspenla said 8 years ago

    Great article! Love the easy how-to, I'm planning on wallpapering my bathroom with a chic, modern print and have searched and searched... but haven't found anything I love yet. Hope that this revival brings a lot of great artists back into the wallpaper industry!

  • mtraub

    mtraub said 8 years ago

    heartsandlaserbeams' comment was randomly selected; a copy of Wallpaper Projects will be shipped out to her shortly! I loved reading about how you all use wallpaper in creative ways. Truly inspiring!

  • clarelupino

    clarelupino said 8 years ago

    I just all arty wallpaper, one day I will try it

  • amanda110

    amanda110 said 8 years ago

    great! i will try! use wallpaper template to make wallpaper on mac

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