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No Sew Winter Pillow

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With Christmas decorations put away until next season my living room feels a little bare.  I was able to leave most of my mantle up, it has a winter feel more than Christmas, but I wanted to add a cozy little touch to that corner. So I whipped up an easy no sew winter pillow.

No sew winter pillow

I started with a pillow cover from Hobby Lobby.  Their selection is unbeatable for the price.  Typically around $5 each, I can have a couple new covers for each season.

I also picked up some white felt and Heat n Bond Ultra.

To put this pillow together my initial thought was to cut a snowflake using my Silhouette.  This is a great tutorial from Cutsy Crafts on Cutting Felt with a Silhouette.  However, the felt I had was a little too fluffy for this technique so I opted for something a little different.

I started with a snowflake from Picmonkey.  I opened up a Design space and added a snowflake.  I saved the image then opened it up in my Silhouette software.  I traced the snowflake then cut it out of cardstock. This is a technique you want to get comfortable with if you have a Silhouette.  You can trace and cut just about anything!

trace a snowflake onto felt for a no sew winter pillow

To prep the felt I cut a piece of Heat n Bond Ultra the size of the felt and ironed the shiny side to the felt.  Heat n Bond allows me to iron on the snowflake without sewing it!

Then I traced the snowflake onto the paper side of the felt and cut out the shape.

To adhere the felt to the pillow cover I pulled off the paper, centered it, and pressed a hot iron on for 30 seconds.  Any longer and I would risk melting the felt.

no sew winter pillow square

Take a look at some other crafty winter inspiration.

simple winter yarn wreath

Winter Yarn Wreath

Snowman hot cocoa party favor

Hot Cocoa Favor

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