CHANGING THE LOOK OF MY DROP CLOTH PILLOWS

Happy Friday!

And a chilly one at that! :)


Couldn't await in the week to finish , you see, our son is flying back home tomorrow for the last half of his "after deployment leave" and that we are really excited to be ready to have a touch more family time together.



Sooo, before he arrives, i assumed I take a rare, quite moment around here and share with you ways I changed the design of the drop cloth pillows on my porch .


Until we buy new outdoor furniture, I even have been trying to form our porch a touch more appealing

by making new outdoor curtains (you can see that post here) and just add a couple of pretty pillows.

You all skills much i prefer pillows! :)








Supplies needed for this project.



First, iron your fabric.

I forgot to require pictures while i used to be making the pillows, so I had to improvised and cut another piece of drop cloth to be ready to offer you this tutorial. Don't check out the wrinkles! :)

I chose a Fleur de Lis stencil.


Using a fabric marker, I traced the planning .


And employing a tiny paint brush and my favorite shade of brown, Burnt Amber, I filled within the Fleur de Lis.



Once it had been dry, I placed the finished drop cloth piece over a bigger burlap square and secured it with fabric glue.



And that's it! So simple.


What does one think?


I want to thank everyone that linked in the week at Tuesdays at Our Home and also, those of you that took the time to prevent by for a visit. i actually appreciate all of your support! i will be able to be back with the features for in the week .

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