these. They are fantastic unless the box springs are wooden which her's was. Crap! I wound up going to Lowes and getting upholstery nails, and they worked beautifully. Although, they were difficult to hold in place while nailing. I smacked my fingers quite a few times. I think next time, I'll try a little adhesive on the nail to help hold it in place while hammering.
I am going to Athens for the weekend, so I'll get pics of the skirt actually on the bed which I've been screaming for from my daughter for weeks. I guess I'll just have to do it myself! Sheesh! We also made her headboard and an adorable throw pillow that's an Amy Butler design. Oh and some wall art also an Amy Butler design; although, we used Britt's initials instead. I'll be sure a snap pics of everything. I hope I don't forget my camera this time. When I made a trip up there to put everything together, I forgot my camera. :( Maybe I'll put it in the car when I get home so I don't forget again. Better yet, best to call home and leave a message on my own voice mail. hahahaha Yes, I have done that!
Oh, BTW, you can find a tutorial on a bed skirt much like this one here at Crafty Sisters. This is not exactly how I did mine, but it's close enough, and there are instructions. I don't know when I'll make another skirt to post a tutorial. I'll be happy to answer any questions though. Just shoot me an email.