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Button Monogram DIY Pillow Pattern

By: Linda from
Button Monogram DIY Pillow Pattern
Button Monogram DIY Pillow Pattern
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Personalize your house with this piece of classic DIY home decor. The Button Monogram DIY Pillow Pattern is a perfect way to represent your family name inside your home. You can quickly make your own monogram with a bit of felt, some buttons, and some beads. The buttons and beads add a textured look to the pillow, especially if they vary in shape and size. Try arranging the buttons on the template before gluing them to get the best look. A neutral-colored background will really make your letter pop! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsBeads, Felt

Primary TechniqueHome Decor


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This looks great! I did a similar project, using a fabric background on a wood frame and free-formed an initial letter. I used a template as a visual reference only, but not actually in the project. The key is to use different sizes of buttons to give the letter more definition. My project was for a bridal shower, so we asked her what her colors in her home were to be, then used white and ivory toned buttons on a darker fabric to make it pop also. Came out great and was fun to make! Thanks for sharing!

This is adorable and a nice way to use up that ever growing stash of buttons. I like the look of burlap, but I don't care for how it feels against my skin, so I think I will make a similar pillow out of a softer fabric. A nice remnant of wool or even an old sweater recycled would make attractive alternatives. Thanks for the inspiration.


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