Hello friends! I have a quick, easy and inexpensive DIY home project for you today! Accent pillows are an easy way to add holiday touches to a room. But sometimes you cannot find just what you are looking for OR you find something you love that costs a fortune. Am I right? Well, I have a solution for you! Today I am going to teach you how to make DIY Christmas pillows from placemats. It only takes about 5 minutes to make DIY Christmas pillows and you can find beautiful placemats to use for only a couple bucks! Best of all, this project requires minimal sewing and the result is stunning!
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Supplies Needed to Make DIY Christmas Pillows From Placemats
- A placemat of your choice! I used three awesome placemats from Target, all of which were on clearance for $1.99. I always browse the placemats at Target and snap up any placemats with pillow potential :)
- Polyester fiber fill
- Seam ripper
- Needle and thread
How to Make DIY Christmas Pillows From Placemats
1) Use your seam ripper to remove about 5 inches of stitching along one edge of your placemat. You need to create an opening large enough for your hand to fit in.
2) Fill your placemat with polyester fiber fill.
3) Stitch your placemat closed again.
YEP. It's that easy to make these DIY Christmas pillows! Don't believe me? Watch just how quickly this project moves along with this short video. Enjoy :)
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