I enjoy making pillows.
Especially when it’s a quick and easy “no sew” pillow with a twist.
How about a little misting and stenciling with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists?
I started my project off with a 12″ plain canvas pillow cover, versatile check stencil (see end of post),
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and large iron-on embroidered letters from Joy.
Using removable painter’s tape, I taped the stencil onto the canvas.
I wanted my pillow to have a subtle background so I lightly sprayed with Tattered Angels
Because the pillow is decorative, I’m not worried about the spray being washable.
I used large Iron-on letters from Joy to spell out the word “Home”.
To customize the plain white letters, I sprayed them with Coffee Shop Glimmer Mist for contrast.
Allow the letters to fully dry before arranging onto the pillow. Cover the letters with a cotton cloth
and iron for about 30 seconds. I ironed it again from the back of the fabric for another 30 seconds.
I added an old button to the center of a burlap flower from Canvas Corp Brands
and glued it onto the corner of my pillow with Fabri Tac Glue.
I used a 12″ pillow form from Fairfield World to stuff the pillow.
Deco Art DECADS.20 Americana Decor Stencil Versatile Checks*
This project was created for the Creating with Joy Blog and was sponsored by Canvas Corp Brands, Deco Arts, Fairfield World, Beacon Adhesives and Joy SA.
*This post uses affiliate links.
3 thoughts on “How to Mist and Stencil a Mixed Media Pillow”
Sue, that’s so cute and easy!!!
This is lovely!
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Have a great week-end.