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!
When Anthropologie sold out of a “swoon-worthy” butterfly dishtowel, Katie from Henry Happened found a way to recreate the look. From the water-color butterflies to the stitching detail to the pom-pom trim, Katie did not leave out a detail. Oh, and she did it all without sewing a thing! This towel is a lovely decorative piece for the kitchen and, like Katie says, “would make luxe gifts to have on hand for the holiday season!”
With the Fourth of July just days away, I wanted to share a couple of projects that Debbie at Mountain Breaths created in honor of the occasion. Debbie replicated a patriotic pillow she saw in Pottery Barn’s catalog using fabric she actually picked up at Wal-mart years ago. What’s cool about Debbie’s pillow cover is that it requires absolutely no sewing. You’ll have to head over to Debbie’s site to read how she did it!