Hi, friends! Debby from Time to DIY here again to share a couple no-sew Christmas pillows. Aside from the magic of a lit Christmas tree, I think pillows are the best way to add warmth to a room that always makes it feel more cozy and Christmasy. But the price tag is typically a problem, especially if you’re like me and addicted to switching up decor, so I prefer to “update” my pillows rather than buy new ones. It’s so easy to do! And if you like avoiding the sewing machine like I do, this tutorial is for you! Hope you love this no sew Christmas pillow tutorial!
I’m crazy about plaid and was all heart eyes for the latest Pottery Barn catalog and all its plaid goodness.
So naturally when I saw these plaid cloth napkins at Home Goods, I knew I had to do something with them!
So I decided to plaidify this pillow, which I almost donated (and am so glad I didn’t!).
I used paint and a stencil from a Michaels kit to add “joy” to the fabric. If you have a Cricut or a Silhouette Cameo, you could create your own stencil as well. For some tips on stenciling, check out my DIY polka dot curtains post.
After that I cut and hot glued it around the edges, and because I wanted a rustic feel, I left the fringe on the edges.
Then I had a couple other pillows from Costco that needed a full plaid update.
The napkin didn’t cover the entire pillow so I hot glued some burlap ribbon around the edges first.
Then I placed the napkin on top and hot glued the edges.
I did buy this ‘Merry and Bright’ pillow at Target because it was on sale so I was able to justify it.
But I like my DIY’d pillows just as much!
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If you’re looking for more Christmas decor inspo, check out my last year’s home decor tour. Or follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter for more DIY home decor ideas. Hope you have a wonderful day!
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