This month’s Craft & Create with Cricut challenge is all about Spring. I have a slight obsession with throw pillows and love to change them out for each Season. Today I will show you How To Make A Cricut Vinyl No-Sew Pillow. Unfortunately, I cannot sew-at all-so I am always looking for inexpensive pillow covers that I can decorate. The Cricut machine comes in so handy for projects like this. Let’s get to it!
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How To Make A Cricut Vinyl No-Sew Pillow
I picked up this canvas pillow cover at the craft store on clearance for under $3! It is a linen texture and perfect to use with heat transfer vinyl.
As I use pillow covers quite often, I had a pillow form already, so I didn’t need to buy one. What is a better color to use for Spring then this pretty rose gold vinyl? It has such a nice sheen to it and really blends nicely with the linen pillow. One tip I have when using the heat transfer vinyl is be sure to lay the glossy side face down on the mat and if you are using words, be sure to select mirror image.
I chose a fun #blessedlife quote and this little pillow came together in no time.
I felt like the pillow needed a little something extra and luckily I had cute pink pom pom trim in my craft stash. The pom poms really finish the pillow off nicely. I used my favorite Cordless Glue Gun to add the trim.
This pillow can definitely be used year round, but for this cost, I have a feeling there will be more Cricut No-Sew Pillows in my future! If you liked this pillow, check out another no-sew pillow I made with felt flowers here. Be sure to visit the other talented bloggers linked below to see what Spring Cricut Projects they are sharing.
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