Today I am sharing some of my DIY pillow projects. I was a bit shocked to see that I have made so many pillows but I think there just might be one here that all of you may like.
Pillows are such an easy and inexpensive way to update a room, add a splash of color, or celebrate a season. I rounded up some of my favorite DIY pillow projects for you. Which one(s) will you make?
Making pillow covers is easy and I thought it might be fun to share all of the DIY pillows I have made on my blog.
There were so many DIY pillows that I have made, I am not sure which one is my favorite. I think it’s this Free Motion Embroidery pillow with pink and orange flowers.
But seriously, I love them all.
Some of these DIY pillows are more difficult than others. Some don’t require any sewing. I just hope these ideas will inspire you to try a pillow craft project at home.
My Favorite DIY Pillows
I love making pillows and it wasn't until recently that I realized how many DIY's I have shared on my blog. I have more pillow ideas to post soon but I thought it might be fun to share all of my DIY pillow blog posts.
I am always looking for drop cloth projects and this flower pillow was one of my favorites. All I did was tear a lot of strips of fabric and then wrap the fabric to make the rosettes. It's a very simple DIY and I fully intend to make more of these.
This felt flower pillow is one of my favorite DIY pillow projects. I love the colors and it was so easy to make. I cut the felt with my Cricut Maker machine, but you could easily cut your own with scissors.
This pillow was also inspired by a major retailer but cost about 500% less to make. I bought a premade pillow cover and added all sorts of vintage ornaments. There are so many other shapes you could make!
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