DIY Celtic Knot Pillow Tutorial from Cut Out + Keep here. “The Witness to Your Splendor” celtic knot is used for this pillow. Mainly posting because the bottom pillow from Seymour here was taken down because artist Ragnheiður Ösp said she created the original pillow. *So what happens when a DIY is removed that you really wanted to do? Improvise. Cut Out + Keep Tutorial + Sailor’s Knot = Celtic Knot Pillow
We teach you how to make this beautiful pillow in today’s Craft Of The Day!
Photo by Jill from Homemade By Jill.
Mod pillow tutorial (click through photo for video)
Fab.com is always on the game. This time, they are featuring, Found Object, a company that has some rather cool repurposed goods such as, pillows, rugs and cushy cubes! Check them out before they are gone (6 days from this posting) because from our experience, no two repurposed products are the same!
DIY Inspitation: “PillowTalk” by Leslie Oschmann of Swarm. I can use my imagination and see family members on one side and memories written on the other side (ink jet printed fusible fabric and printing directly on linen). Images and more information about this project by Leslie Oschmann of Swarm here.
DIY Inspiration. Screen print/paint/embroider constellations on dark blue cushions. Use glow-in-the-dark paint. From the UFO Tree House in the Treehotel group in Sweden here. *TIP: For a list of constellations alphabetically and by month go here, then click on the link or google the name to find out how it looks.
*EDIT: If you decide to go with glow-in-the-dark paints there is a whole discussion about these paints on another post of mine - the Night Bike here. Go to www.glonation.com to see if this paint is right for you.
Great use of color. Don’t be afraid of color. Paint can be repainted easily. Add simple colorful accent pillows. You can move them from room to room if you are not sure. If you dare, add a bright colored light fixture. Instant update and impact. Love your home. Love your life. Smile everyday.
Rachel Ashwell’s living room
DIY Button Homage to Patrick Kelly. Tutorial from Mr. Peacock here. I just found this site and love it because if I had a blog, this is what I’d want it to be - but his last post was June 2010 :( So we get the DIY tutorial but we also get the inspiration behind it. Mr. Peacock gives a history lesson with photos and information about Mr. Kelly. He writes:
Patrick Kelly was a talented American fashion designer who passed away, in 1990, at the peak of his fame. He was the first American to be allowed into the elite Parisian fashion designer’s organization called Chambre Syndicale. His most memorable garments were embellished with masses of multicolored buttons.
You can also do monogrammed pillows which is shown in this tutorial.
Darque & Lovely: No one knows I’m here on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/9062687