Nursery Pillows


Here are the nursery pillows we made with fabric from an IKEA veggie print receiving blanket, coordinating fabrics from Jo-Ann, and some fun a-la-mode! β™₯

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    • Thank you! I saw a 99-cent package of bright orange buttons right before we checked out and thought it might come in handy . . . and it was exactly enough buttons for a carrot! πŸ™‚

  1. I’m so jealous! My grandchildren are in California I can hardly wait to go visit them. The pillows are beautiful!!
    You can NEVER go wrong with orange buttons…

    • Thank you! Most of our grandchildren live out of state, too, so it was SO fun to have some of them visit these past five days! And I agree about orange buttons! I spotted them right before we checked out at JoAnn (99 cents for the whole bag!) and didn’t know what they’d turn into but they ended up being lots of fun! πŸ™‚

  2. Oooh – I have that same fabric in my stash. I keep thinking it might come in useful for a healthy eating topic at school some point. I love these pillows though, espesh the button carrot one πŸ˜€ genius! xXx

    • Thank you! And have FUN with that adorable fabric! We especially enjoyed making the bunting out of the different pics . . . and, of course, using the carrot to inspire our button version! πŸ™‚

  3. Oh my goodness, these are adorable! I know so many young parent friends who would flip over these! These at so cute… Maybe I should have one of my own! πŸ™‚

    • Thank you! I had SO much fun with it! The veggie print had little pics all over it that were the perfect size. I just cut them into triangles, backed them with iron-on interfacing, zig-zagged them to the pillow front, then embroidered the “string” they’re hanging from . . . super easy! I want to make more like this! πŸ™‚

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