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Movie Poster Pillow

By: Kathy Cano-Murillo for The Crafty Chica

For a decorative craft idea with some cinematic flair, why not try the Movie Poster Pillow from Kathy Cano-Murillo for The Crafty Chica? It's a bold and fun project that's easy to personalize. Pick your favorite film and let the crafting begin!

Movie Poster Pillow


  • Tulip® 3D Fashion Paint
  • 2 cloth napkins, washed
  • Tulip® Photo Transfer Paper™
  • Fabric
  • Sewing machine or
  • Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Peel and Stick Sheets™


  1. On half the napkin, draw lines of color with the 3D Paint.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  2. Fold in half.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  3. Run your finger over the paint to smash it down evenly.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  4. Open the napkin and let dry.

     Movie Poster Pillow
  5. Find the movie poster on Google images and *follow directions on transfer paper to print it out*. NOTE: this is a licensed image so you cannot sell it, it is for personal use only! Print it out on printable fabric paper, make sure to set it with heavy resolution.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  6. Iron image to white fabric according to package directions. I wanted my pillow double-sided so I used another vintage Mexican movie poster. Cut fabric to use as the background for the posters.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  7. Sew them in place.Sew up three sides of the pillow casing, and then stuff with Fiberfill, and sew the seam shut. You can substitute sewing with the Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Peel and Stick Sheets™ if you want.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  8. Use Gold Glitter 3D Paint to add sparkly swirls all over.

    Movie Poster Pillow
  9. Here is the finished pillow!

    Movie Poster Pillow


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Wow! This is a great idea for sprucing up our TV room at home. Love it. Might have to try other types of cloth napkins though. I'm thinking a dark blue or black.


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