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How To Make Reversible Christmas Pillows – Great Gift Idea!

If you are looking for a unique, handmade gift idea let me show you how to make reversible Christmas pillows using store bought pillow cases and shams.

Reversible Pillows

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Welcome friends! If you’ve visited here before, you know I love to team up with other bloggers and join in fun blog hops. It is a great way for me to get to know other bloggers virtually, but it’s also great for you because you get to see other bloggers ideas just from clicking a link! As soon as Halloween is over, it is a mad rush to get Holiday decorating done. We have to start early so that you have time to duplicate the ideas if you want to. I am super excited to share these reversible Christmas pillows with you. 

How To Make Reversible Christmas Pillows

Supplies

Instructions

I used two sets of white pillow cases so the gift recipient can have a set of Christmas pillows on their bed. Start by ironing the pillow cases, or use an easy press if you are lucky enough to have one. I’m hoping Santa brings me one this year!  Also, place something inside the pillow case so the ink does not bleed through. You can just use cardboard or poster board, whatever you have handy.

 Beary Christmas Transfer

If you have not heard of Chalk Couture yet, you can see all the beautiful transfers and read about it here. I have been making all kinds of signs and crafts with their products over the last couple of months. Be warned, it is addictive!! Basically, these are not stencils, they are transfers with a silk screen area. You add chalk ink on fabric and once it is heat set it is permanent. It’s pretty cool!

Close Up Beary Christmas

On the opposite side of one pillow, I added Hello Handsome and on the second pillow, Good Morning Gorgeous. What a great gift for newlyweds, or any couple really. These are a gift but I can’t say for whom, because they read my blog 🙂

Good morning gorgeous

You don’t have to use much ink either, which means the ink will last a long time, so you can make lots of projects!

transfer on pillow case

Hello Handsome Our Crafty Mom

Reversible Christmas Pillows Our Crafty Mom

I am sharing these Christmas Pillows in the Happy Holidays Link Party, which you can see here. We would love if you would share your Christmas projects with us through December 15th! 

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T'onna | Sew Crafty Crochet

Sunday 16th of December 2018

I love this pillow! The bear is really cute, and I love that shade of green.

Roseann Hampton

Sunday 18th of November 2018

What a great gift! I have a newlywed daughter as well as a son that these would be perfect for!

Laura

Sunday 18th of November 2018

I have been trying to make pilowcases with chalk couture ink for a long time but every single time I try, the ink bleeds thru the transfer even when it's stuck down tight so when I peel it up, the words are all smudged. Any suggestions on why it's doing this? I'm trying to make gifts, but I can't make it work!

Laurie

Saturday 17th of November 2018

How fun is this! I can see it would be addictive. Cute pillows! And I can just imagine the possibilities! Pinning.

Mother of 3

Saturday 17th of November 2018

Such a fun gift idea! These are fabulous. Pinned.

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