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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Unique Valentine's Pillow

Love is in the air at The Cranky's Castle...and the Cranky Queen holds they key to Cranky King's heart...Check out the pillow she made!
Close~ups of the pillow...Don't you love the key???


  How did the Cranky Queen make this pillow, do you ask?
Step 1:  Cut out 2 pieces of red ticking fabric to your desired size.
Step 2:  Cut out a large & small heart from red & gray fabric.
Step 3:  Cut out the wings using pinking sheers from muslin.
Step 4:  Type the pillow words using desired program on your computer.
Step 5:  Spray card stock with adhesive spray & smooth muslin fabric onto sticky card stock. Trim to fit 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper.
Step 6:  Print on the fabric.  I had no problem with smears or printer jams. Allow to dry. Cut out individual words.
Step 7:  Following directions, iron on cut out hearts, wings and words onto heavy duty Wonder Under transfer webbing.  
Step 8:  Peel off backing & iron on to right side of fabric (wings, red heart, gray heart then words)
NOTE~Iron wings & stitch around the edge with your sewing machine; Iron red heart & stitch around edges; continue with other pieces.
Step 9:  With right sides together, sew pillow together leaving a space to stuff with poly-fill. 
Step 10:  Stuff pillow.  Then hand stitch stuffing hole.
Step 11: Attach key by hand sewing.  Add ribbon or lace for finishing touch!

STAY CALM & HOLD THE KEY TO SOMEONE'S HEART!
Tiffany

I will be linking up to several parties this week on my sidebar... 

12 comments:

  1. This is so creative! I love the ticking fabric and the key is the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for making it sound so easy:-)

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  2. Love the pillow...the key is just brilliant.

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  3. What a cute pillow, I love it! You did a great job! I just bought a whole set of keys at a craft store and am thinking of projects to use them for! Love what you did!

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  4. Oh my goodness ~ your pillow is CHARMING!! I'm so in awe of your talents, Tiff. I'm not a seamstress and I admire those who sew and do it so beautifully!
    xoxo
    Karen

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  5. You did a great job Tiff ... It is beautiful!!

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  6. You did a great job Tiff ... It is beautiful!!

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  7. Oh my I LOVE this pillow so very much! It is darling. I am in the midst of adding a bit of red to my living room. It's so fun and festive.

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  8. Your pillow turned out SO cute!!
    Susan

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