Saturday, September 4, 2010

Stashbusting September Project #2

Last month I saw this over at Elizabeth's Twelve Crafts Till Christmas and knew that I wanted to make something similar to it.
 Initially I thought I'd use some of my scrapbook papers and do this on a canvas, but as I was going through the magical mystery closet, another idea occurred to me, that I could do this on a pillow. So I got out some fabric:
and cut the oatmeal colored felt into two "12x12" squares ( ok 13x13 for seam allowance)
then cut circles from brown and oatmeal felt and black and brown organza.

I burned the edges of the organza circles using my embossing gun, layered the flowers,made rosettes for the center from strips of brown organza and assembled. Sewed the flowers to one of the pillow panels, assembled the pillow, stuffed, closed, and :
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Michelle L. said...

So nice! I love the three-tone color scheme!

Anonymous said...

Lovely...are you still stash-busting??? LOL


LuLu Kellogg said...

This pillow is beautiful....wonderful job!

Thank you for sharing how to do this!


Melissa said...

It looks great - warm tones.

Caroline @ Artfully Caroline said...

Love it! What a stunning look
I'm your newest follower - Thanks to the Stashbusting challenge


Mandy's Creative Corner said...

I love the color combo! It looks amazing =)

Dropping by from Just Something I Whipped Up Mondays

Maureen F. said...

That has such a cool look - very pretty

Honey I'm Home Blog said...

Wow, this turned out really pretty. AND I LOVE the name of your blog. I agree . . . chocolate is the answer!

Warmly, Michelle

Unknown said...

a lovely stash-busting project. it makes me want to do something flowery with my boring old beige cushions! thanks!

LuckyStarErin said...

This turned out really cute! It caught my eye at The Creative Chick Parade. New follower:) Erin