No sew Christmas Pillow

I'm sure everyone is familiar with The Graphics Fairy.  Absolutely, hands down, the best source of free graphics available for crafting, scrapbooking and home decor.




She provided the Vintage Santa graphic for this project.




This pillow is so cute that it only lasted 2 days on my sofa until it was lovingly stolen.  My Mom had to have it.  It fits in with her rustic vintage Christmas theme.




I picked up a feather pillow at the thrift store and a pillow cover at The Dollar Tree.  The Santa was applied using iron-on transfer paper.  This project cost $5 and took 5 minutes,
 I think I can make another.

Linking up to The Graphics Fairy and Crazy Domestic.

11 comments:

  1. That is gorgeous! We just got a new printer that would actually print that decently - a chance to use the graphics fairy! Yipee!!!

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  2. So cute. I have never used the graphic fairy stuff because I don't know how, but will get my daughter to help me eventually. I love that vintage Santa face. They have pillow covers at the Dollar Tree? Who knew. BTW, my husband is a banker, too.

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  3. I love it, and no I did not know about the graphic fairy, so thank you!

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  4. I'm your newest follower. Very nice idea and so simply. This is my kind of project. lol. Thanks for sharing! Please come by my blog today. http://cathykennedystories.blogspot.com

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  5. How cute! Everyone needs another pillow to cuddle!

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  6. That is so sweet! A perfect vintage Santa!

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  7. I've been to The Graphic Fairy, but haven't seen that image. Thanks for showing it to us. Your pillow is so pretty, it's no wonder your mom "stole" it. I bet it's perfect with the vintage Christmas look.

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  8. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing it. I may just make one myself....

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  9. Canon in D is not written by Mozart; the composer is Pachelbel. Beautiful piece!

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  10. Love the pillow. I just might have to try making one. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Oh I love it, I wish you'd show how you did it :)

    Kathy :)

    Nice to meet you I came via Rhoda!!!!

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