If you have ever wanted to learn how to sew a bolster pillow, this post is for you! Plus I have a super simple way to add words to a pillow. Nope that is not embroidery. I will spoil the surprise for y’all. My secret is glue! Amazing right? This post is actually sponsored by Elmer’s Products as I joined onto their craft crew for 2015. The project is entirely mine as are any opinions.
Okay if you can believe it…..it is almost March! Time to start thinking about St. Patrick’s Day. If you give your kids a treat or are having a party, these leprechaun hat treats might just be for you. Paint these little bowls to look like hats then add in the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Well a pot of gold colored chocolate at least! This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it.
You will need a green bandanna, bar pins, an Extra Small Kanzashi Flower Maker, and a button. You can read a full review of the Kanzashi Flower Maker and learn where to purchase it over on Craft Test Dummies.
I used hot glue to add my bar pin to the back.
Plus another drop of hot glue to put a button in the center. Now my Green Kanzashi Flower Pin is complete and ready to wear this Saint Patrick’s Day.
- Holly Green Americana Paint
- Festive Green Americana Paint
- Sour Apple Americana Paint
- Yellow Green Americana Paint
- Citron Green Americana Paint
- Americana Fabric Painting Medium
- Long sleeve white t-shirt
- Dome Blender Brush
- Freezer Paper
- Computer Printer
- Craft Knife
4. Insert scrap cardboard or card stock in between front and back or shirt. Paint with each color starting with the darkest on the bottom. Use your ruler as a guide for the lines.
Now you can use this method to create an easy shirt for your kids or yourself. Plus you can say you made it yourself. This Ombre Clover Pinch Proof Shirt is both simple and stylish. If y’all love this, then check out what my friends have in store for you. We have tons of Saint Patrick’s Day fun for you today so check out the links below.