MY DIY | Heart & Punctuation Pillow


My first set of pillows is complete! Woot! And they are a perfect fit on the couch with my new Chevron set. It is so easy, I have already brainstormed a bunch more

Rowenta Travel Iron 
Heat Transfer material

Fold your Iron-on material in half (shiny side facing out)
Draw a half of a heart
Cut out 
Position on your pillow, and using your Rowenta iron at medium heat, iron over the shiny side. They suggest putting a piece of material like a sheet in between the heart and the iron, but I just went for it without to make sure the Heat Transfer material stayed in place. 
After ironing the heart evenly for 5 minutes, peal off the clear backing, and let cool. 
* I freehand drew both the heart and punctuation, but you can also use a stencil!
PHOTOS BY | Lydia Hudgens 
Brought to you by my amazing sponsor Rowenta




  1. Milano Mode says:

    i would love a heart pillow!
    XX the milano mode

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  2. Chanda T says:

    I totally love this idea!!! So doing this for my kids! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Juliette says:

    I love it!


  4. Anonymous says:

    Pillows are very charming.

  5. Sinem says:

    Pillows are very useful to add color to our decorations. Easy but lovely!

  6. Oh those are just amazing! I may have to whip some up!

  7. Anonymous says:

    How would you do the zig zag and punctuation pilliows?

    1. I just drew the ! and ? and cut them out, but you could find a pattern online and trace

  8. Ohana says:

    I wish here in Spain we could have that kind of supplies and as affordable as there. Visit my blog!

  9. NOPS says:

    I love you beautiful!

  10. Love the pillows! My daughters would love them in their rooms! I think I might have a weekend project coming up! 🙂

  11. Jocelina says:

    Wow they look so cool! You would never guess you made them yourselves 😀

    xxx Jocelina

  12. andrea says:

    Love love love this idea…can’t wait to make my own this weekend!


  13. Such a fun DIY, loved it. xx.


  14. That is so gorgeous! I love it! And yu can practically choose any pattern you want! yey!

  15. Kait says:

    Very clever – love the color on that heart one 😉

  16. Elyse Davis says:

    this is adorable!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  17. Conny says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! I love what the pillows look like and I’m so tempted to try this myself now, love it! 😀

  18. Looks good, thanks for sharing!

  19. Laliv Gal says:

    I love it! It looks so easy when you do it….

  20. I really love the punctuation one!

    xo Ashley

  21. Kacie Cone says:

    Thats awesome, wish I could do this!

  22. melissa rose says:

    adorable! I wonder where else you could find heat transfer materials… amazon does not ship to me 🙁

  23. sinead says:

    I LOVE THESE! I bought a bunch of offcut fabric at the weekend just so I could make some cushion covers, and I’m loving the idea of an iron-on transfer to make them a bit more fun!

  24. Anonymous says:

    I love the pillows. Such an easy project, yet so clever.

  25. laurenmaria says:

    Love it! Might have to give it a try 🙂

  26. Anonymous says:

    Wow these are so cool and perfect for an Easter holiday project if mum will let me attack the pillows with an iron…. Brilliant diy!!! Xxx

  27. juicy says:

    Love them!
    so easy to do!

  28. Fernanda says:

    love the heart pillow!!

  29. Anonymous says:

    Great looking pillows and I love my rowenta iron. Use it daily.

  30. Cait Val says:

    sooooooooo soooooo doing this!
    perfect DIY for a little room make-over!!!

    xo. c & v
    cake & valley

  31. Love the heart one!

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  32. So easy. I think I’m gonna try it. 🙂

  33. Wow, amazing idea!!! Also want to do the same, but don´t know where to find this kind of paper!!!

  34. Lovely pillows ! What a great idea thank youu 🙂

  35. Love thia! I adore this papers and I use them every day, really! You can see it on my blog if you like!

  36. laura says:

    SO much fun!

  37. Liana says:

    I would love to do this! But where did you get those size pillows?

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