Ruth from Living Well Spending Less had planned on making a “trick-or-treat” bunting like she’d seen from Pottery Barn Kids; however, the thought of sewing all the triangles and ric-rac brought the project to a halt. For one Halloween. And another. Then Ruth came across a tutorial for ironing freezer paper to the back of [...Read More]
Amanda of Handmade Mood is hesitant to purchase pricey decorative pillows due to the beating they take in her house. Therefore, Amanda knew DIY was the route to go when she saw an adorable mummy pillow in the Pottery Barn catalog. She used a pre-made pillow cover from Hobby Lobby as her starting place, glued [...Read More]
Kristen from Down Home Inspiration shares at Yellow Bliss Road how you can make adorable no-sew trick-or-treat bags for your kiddos this Halloween – for only $2.50! She says, “Personalized, adorable, one of a kind bags for less than three bucks?! You can’t go wrong there.” This project really is as simple as basic cutting [...Read More]
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict shares how to make your own boo-tiful Pottery Barn-inspired pillow for Halloween “without sewing a stitch!” Debbie first added her text to a piece of burlap using a technique with artist’s charcoal. Then she made her envelope cover with hemming tape and added trim with hot glue. Here’s [...Read More]
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict couldn’t resist bringing a little fall into her home with a no-sew leaf pillow inspired by Pottery Barn. While Pottery Barn’s pillow may be embroidered with a monogram, Debbie tailored her DIY pillow to her suit her tastes – with bright orange leaves and no “fussy” monogram. She [...Read More]
Becca at From Gardners to Bergers shows how easy it is to take a plain old pillow from dull to darling in no time! All Becca did was glue (yes, glue!) pom pom trim onto a cheapo IKEA cover. Becca says, “Start to finish the whole project took less than 30 minutes and cost less [...Read More]
Saying “I love you!” doesn’t have to cost a bundle this Valentine’s Day. Impress your guests with this adorable little tea towel. Bren of Bren Did created her own no-sew PB-inspired Valentine gifts using premade flour sack towels and iron-on adhesive. According to Bren, “These towels are easy to make and add a sweet Valentine touch to your dining table, kitchen or gift basket.” The best part, at only $0.77 each you can afford to spread the Valentine love around the whole neighborhood!