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DIY Painted Pillow Patterns

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DIY Painted Pillow Patterns
DIY Painted Pillow Patterns
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Sometimes it can be hard to find home accessories that fit your vision. Don't stress yourself with finding the perfect decorations - instead, make your own DIY home decor! Throw pillows are a great place to start when refurbishing your living room or bedroom. These DIY Painted Pillow Patterns make it easy to customize your accessories to match the rest of the room, whether it has a modern, classic, or more natural style. Make your decor even more versatile by painting a different scene on either side of a throw pillow and varying which side you display.

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteWeekend project


Primary TechniqueStenciling


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This is a nice idea. My first thought was whether or not the paint would be stiff and end up cracking. I also wondered about the paint bleeding past the stencil edges. If I could not find the kit, what paints could I use instead to achieve the effect? So, I went to the Paint a Pillow website to look at their FAQ. Unfortunately, it is blank. Can anyone answer these questions for me?

I wanna say that canvas pillow covers can be found at Michaels craft store. I think I have seen them there in the past. In fact, pillow forms are sold as well. It would be a fun quest to decide what stencils I'd like to pick for my pillows. There are so very many! You do not have to be an artist for this DIY. That's a plus for many of us.

I've never painted fabric before, I bet his is the best way to get unique home designs that fit in well with your theme and mood. Beside with this creative idea, you don't have to settle for that colour that's a shade too light. Thanks for sharing this with us, it's time to get those funky throw pillows for my home.

As the author says, it can be so true that you just can't find the perfect touch for your home, whether it is color, design or texture. Painting your own gives you that custom vibe you are looking for. For the very creative and artistic, skip,the stencil and free hand your design by looking at something that can give you some inspiration within your ability and taste. Creating so,etching uniquely yours can give you such satisfaction and a real sense of accomplishment!


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