MY DIY | Heart & Punctuation Pillow
DIY PROJECT, Home DIY
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
Fold your Iron-on material in half (shiny side facing out)
Draw a half of a heart
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
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i would love a heart pillow!
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I totally love this idea!!! So doing this for my kids! Thanks for sharing!
Love it! xx
I love it!
Pillows are very charming.
Pillows are very useful to add color to our decorations. Easy but lovely!
Oh those are just amazing! I may have to whip some up!
How would you do the zig zag and punctuation pilliows?
I just drew the ! and ? and cut them out, but you could find a pattern online and trace
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I love you beautiful!
Love the pillows! My daughters would love them in their rooms! I think I might have a weekend project coming up! 🙂
Wow they look so cool! You would never guess you made them yourselves 😀
How sweet ♥
Love love love this idea…can’t wait to make my own this weekend!
Such a fun DIY, loved it. xx.
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That is so gorgeous! I love it! And yu can practically choose any pattern you want! yey!
Very clever – love the color on that heart one 😉
this is adorable!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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! 😀
Looks good, thanks for sharing!
I love it! It looks so easy when you do it….
I really love the punctuation one!
Thats awesome, wish I could do this!
adorable! I wonder where else you could find heat transfer materials… amazon does not ship to me 🙁
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!
I love the pillows. Such an easy project, yet so clever.
Love it! Might have to give it a try 🙂
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
so easy to do!
Wow! so amazing! want it!!!
love the heart pillow!!
love them both..
Great looking pillows and I love my rowenta iron. Use it daily.
sooooooooo soooooo doing this!
perfect DIY for a little room make-over!!!
xo. c & v
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Love the heart one!
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So easy. I think I’m gonna try it. 🙂
Wow, amazing idea!!! Also want to do the same, but don´t know where to find this kind of paper!!!
Lovely pillows ! What a great idea thank youu 🙂
Love thia! I adore this papers and I use them every day, really! You can see it on my blog if you like!
SO much fun!
I would love to do this! But where did you get those size pillows?
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