Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Blaming the Dayquil

I am so hyped up on NyQuil that I forgot to post my newest DIY this morning!
I went to World Market last week and found these two napkins that were 25% off of 2.99... and fell in love with the pattern. At 2 bucks each they were basically free so I had to snag them up. I busted out the old sewing machine and made these suckers into a throw pillow... How cute!
I only made one but I think I will go back once I am done dying in my bed and buy some more. When pillows can be made for that cheap you almost HAVE to make them!








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26 comments:

  1. That is super cute;)
    Love the blue little flowers!

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  2. Very cute! I've always wanted to try this but can't ever find napkins I love.

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  3. OMG, so cute!!! I love the dot pillow next to it too!

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  4. What gorgeous patterns! I love them:) I'm blaming the Sinutab.. feeling like I'm living outside my body today!

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  5. What a great and easy to do little project! You've inspired me to head over to West Elm and check out their clearance napkins!

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  6. I have done this before from world market napkins and I love them! Those are great patterns, i might need to head that way!

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  7. These are SO cute! I love the trim, so cute! I have had a few tea towels sitting in a box from Anthropologie just waiting to be transformed into pillows.... you really have my wheels turning to get that done!

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  8. Adorable! Yet another reason I need to learn to sew!

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  9. You're sick and still doing projects, girl quite making us all look bad! I have some vintage scarves I got for $1 each that I hope to do this with as well.

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  10. Great job! I love the little green welting.

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  11. This is so awesome...you are amazing. Love the fresh clean feel. Feel better.

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  12. So cute! I am always so inspired by this type of creativity!

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  13. LOVE! The little scalloped border is amazing! Great post! :)

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  14. Love this! I saw so many cute and cheap napkins at World Market - wish I was crafty enough to do this myself.

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  15. I digs the pattern, did you put a zipper on them? I skip that step since I'm lazy sometimes. Sucks if I ever need to wash em, I need to learn.

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  16. Lovely pillows!! I love your fabric choices :)
    Nancy xo

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  17. Very pretty and great idea to use two different ones for more interest. Oh, I really, really, really need to learn how to sew!
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  18. SO awesome. Wish I had found these adorable napkins!

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  19. well yeah...if i knew how to sew!
    darn you person responsible for not teaching me "the sew".
    i would be swimming in pillows if i knew how to fucking sew.

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  20. That is a great idea! I love the pattern. Indian prints like that are hard to find where I live (so I'm a bit jealous).

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  21. Oh pretty! What a great idea.

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  22. love this! never thought to use napkins, what a great and easy way to make a throw pillow!

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  23. Love this. I was actually crushing on these a couple weeks ago at World Market, but put them back down after I realized we never use cloth napkins. I think I may have to try this.

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