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 .

Design Inspiration - Clive Christian

Welcome, to all my visitors from Better After, thanks for stopping by my blog.  Feel free to poke around.

I was surfing the internet the other day and I saw the following rooms from Clive Christan, apparently these pieces are for the very very rich.  
Since I can't afford this stuff, it can serve as eye candy. 



Okay the statue is kind of creepy and over the top but other than that, this kitchen is luxurious and classic.
The coffered ceiling with the two chandeliers is fantastic.



This kitchen is truly a great mix of old and new, isn't the island luscious?


This bedroom looks like really high end hotel presidential suite.  Do you see how the TV is built in the bed?


This is my favorite room, from the tufted upholstered wall panels, crown moldings, to the sofas, this room hits it out the park. 
 This would be a great place to curl up and watch HGTV.
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