Well today I am back with the third most viewed project ever on Knock Off Decor – Mr. and Mrs. burlap pillows inspired by Ballard Designs. They come from Kait at Mrs. DIY & The Tennis Guy. Kait loves burlap and pillows so, of course, she just had to knock these pillows off when she saw […Read More]
The song “You Are My Sunshine” holds a special place in the heart of Brandi from Don’t Disturb This Groove. When her daughter was a baby, Brandi’s mother would rock her and sing the sweet lullaby. Brandi was inspired to preserve that special memory by stamping the lyrics onto a pillow for her daughter. I […Read More]
As much as June Johnson loves to receive gifts, she loves to give gifts to her friends and family. When she spotted these sentimental “X” and “O” pillows from Anthropologie, June knew they’d be the perfect addition to her couch for Valentine’s Day as well as a lovely gift for newlyweds. June used two contrasting […Read More]
Tara from Suburble shares at Crafts Unleashed how she added interest to an otherwise plain white pillow in less than an hour. Tara had long admired Anthropologie’s tassel pillow but immediately knew she could try her hand at it. It was just easy as she thought using tassels designed for jewelry-making. All Tara had to do was sew them onto the pillow edge with white thread, and VOILA – instant pizzazz!
Gail from Purple Hues and Me came across a really cute outdoor pillow loaded with colorful flowers. At $49, it may have been out of Gail’s budget but that didn’t mean she couldn’t recreate it and get a similar look for less. Gail says, “I wanted to make a no-sew whimsical flower pillow anyone could do just by using fabric, ribbon, and glue. The end result is truly stunning, and the flowers are quite easy to make after some practice.”
Lindsay from My Crafty Spot loved the idea of creating pillows that mimic the look of framed art. She found a way to make her own for less than $10 using a paint marker and a steady hand. Lindsay says, “The real beauty of this is that ANYONE can do it! You might have to find your image online, but creating it is as easy as tracing letters in kindergarten, and saving $90 isn’t too awful either.”
Valentine’s Day may be over, but that doesn’t mean we have to pack up all the hearts. Jennifer from Endlessly Inspired created this heart-covered pillow that’s neutral enough to grace your space year round. Jennifer used two different shades of linen to make her pillow, and it still only cost her $9.50, which is a far cry from the $198 price tag of her inspiration. She did an amazing job achieving the beautifully frayed edges of her inspiration, and you won’t even believe how simple it was!