Make A Pretty No-Sew Spring Pillow With Felt Roses

2 Materials
30 Minutes
You don't have to know how to sew to make a pretty Spring pillow. You can find beautiful pillow covers at home stores for a bargain. I started with a burlap pillow cover that was under $5!
You can stuff it with poly-fil or use an existing pillow form like I did. They also sell pillow forms at the craft store and you can use a coupon to keep the cost down. If you use a coupon for a pillow form to fit this cover the total would still be $12! I knew I wanted to add felt roses and picked up pink, white and cream felt at the craft store.They are 39 cents a sheet. I own a big shot machine and used a spiral die cut for the roses. My favorite tool is the cordless glue gun that you can find here:
Don't worry if you don't have the big shot, you can hand cut the roses, it just takes a little longer. I am including a printable spiral rose that you can place on the felt sheet and cut.
Simply foll the felt rose from the small end to the large end. The great thing about this is you really only need a dab of hot glue to hold this pretty rose together.
Then use hot glue to add as many roses as you like to the pillow. I made a double pattern across the pillow and love how it looks. Of course, this is decorative only.
Now there are so many things you can do with these roses. You can add them to picture frames, or make a vase of them in a mason jar that I did here:
Suggested materials:
  • Felt   (Michaels)
  • Pillow Cover   (Hobby Lobby)
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