Lisa from Celebrate Creativity created the most beautiful American flag pillow that looks like it came straight from a high-end catalog. Lisa’s workmanship is stellar, and she certainly doesn’t skimp on the details – from a custom envelope back to ruby red piping to embroidered stars. Lisa says, “Classic American style has never been easier […Read More]
Nicole from Shabby Beach Nest was floored when she saw the price of a bunny pillow that her daughter wanted to get for Easter – $75! Nicole says, “I knew I could make this pillow on the cheap, and boy was I right. This pillow cost me a whopping $0.” I love Nicole’s resourcefulness in using the fabric from an old shirt and dress for her pillow. It cost her nothing and repurposed some items from her stash.
Jessica from Sew Homegrown created this deer head silhouette pillow to add a little festivity to her couch. Jessica’s hubs drew a pattern (that has kindly been made available to Jessica’s readers), which Jessica traced and cut from a colorful, textured fabric. She then used a dense zigzag stitch to sew the deer to the front square of the pillow. Like Jessica, I love that this pillow is seasonal without being too Christmas-y, so you don’t have to pack it up with the rest of your Christmas decorations.
Yes, the temperature today is in the thirties, but all the bunnies and eggs around make me feel like spring is on the horizon! Susan from Sunflower Hugs used materials she had on hand to create this burlap Easter flag with a bunny silhouette applique. Pottery Barn’s flag is already sold out, so Susan points out that you will have to DIY if you want to get your hands on one. Thankfully, Susan makes it easy on you with her tutorial!
Jaime from That’s My Letter created this lovely monogrammed pillow for her neighbor’s living room. With the beautiful script font and flanged edge, Jaime’s pillow looks like it came straight from Pottery Barn. Best of all, Jaime breaks down the applique steps in a straightforward, easy-to-follow tutorial so you can make your own!
This French-inspired mirror from Suzanne at Meridian Road is just another example of the beauty that can be created from an old door. With some decorative accents and paint, Suzanne transformed a $2.50 thrift store door into a gorgeous trumeau-style mirror. I love the architectural element it adds to the space. Suzanne’s mirror reminds […Read More]