Need to install a baby gate, but don't want to drill into the wooden stair banisters??? Cut a couple of 2x4's to the height of the banister, paint,and secure with heavy zip ties. Then just add the baby gate hardware to the new piece of wood........D.

How to install a baby gate without drilling into the wooden stair banisters. Cut a couple of to the height of the banister, paint,and secure with heavy zip ties. Then just add the baby gate hardware to the new piece of wood.

Pink foam board from Home Depot, cut to fit around fireplace. I duck taped it together (underneath as well). Then, I covered it with quilt batting (folded to form layers). Lastly, I got some cheap fabric from hobby lobby and hot glued it underneath.

Pink foam board from Home Depot, cut to fit around fireplace. I duck taped it together (underneath as well). Then, I covered it with quilt batting (folded to form layers). Lastly, I got some cheap fabric from hobby lobby and hot glued it underneath.

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Jamboo Creations HearthSoft Fireplace Childproofing Cover Review

Open Sky Product Spotlight: HearthSoft Fireplace Hearth Child Proofing Cover - Mommy Mentor *need something for our fireplace!

Easy DIY Crafts: DIY Stacked Wood Fireplace Facade

DIY stacked wood fireplace facade -- I actually really love this idea even if you don't have a fireplace to begin with. It'd be so simple to zazz-up a brick or stone wall with a faux fireplace to create a gorgeous feature wall.

How to Baby Proof your Fireplace                                                                                                                                                                                 More

If you have a small child running around then you already know a fireplace can be a safety hazard. Not the actual fire itself but the surrounding area made of brick (fireplace hearth) that juts out a few feet.

I wanted a stylish yet practical way to babyproof  my fireplace hearth. I measured the hearth then built a frame out of pine to slide over it then used rubber pipe insulation to cushion the corners. I then wrapped it in polyfoam batting to add more cushion then upholstered it using tablecloth fabric that has a clear plastic coating so I can easily wipe it clean when sticky little hands touch it! Voila!

I wanted a stylish yet practical way to babyproof my fireplace hearth. I measured the hearth then built a frame out of pine to slide over it then used rubber pipe insulation to cushion the corners. I then wrapped it in polyfoam batting to add more cushio

How To Baby Proof A Fireplace Hearth - Easy Step By Step DIY

If you have a small child running around then you already know a fireplace can be a safety hazard. Not the actual fire itself but the surrounding area made of brick (fireplace hearth) that juts out a few feet.

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