While I'm away in Fiji (lucky me!), a pretty awesome group of some of my very favorite bloggers is helping “fill in the gaps” with amazing recipes, DIY projects and much more.
Today's post is by Teri from The Lovely Drawer. Teri's blog has been a instant favorite. You could call it blog love at first sight. There isn't even one single post from her that I don't adore. If you love pretty and easy DIY projects, scrumptious recipes, beautiful photography and adorable desktop wallpapers, then by all means skedaddle over there. Teri also has a lovely shop where she celebrates her love of paper and color with the loveliest prints and wedding stationery.
If you’ve been hunting for a statement cushion to pack a punch on your bed or sofa then this DIY is for you! I’ve acquired what can only be described as a frenzy of pattered cushions that often need something simple and yet striking to break them up before the headache kicks in. This is DIY is perfect for that. It couldn’t be much simpler to make and yet has buckets of impact. Those kinds of projects are always the best if you ask me!
This project requires a select few materials to make, yay!
Black fabric paint
All purpose glue
Small sheet of card
Red sequin trim
Paper & scissors (optional)
If it helps you can draw a template on some paper for the lips.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR : THE LOVELY DRAWER
Teri is a trained print and pattern designer but loves being creative in all areas of her life. Now a full time freelance designer and blogger at The Lovely Drawer, she spends most of her time designing for clients, thinking up pretty new products for her shop and trying to execute the hundreds of DIY ideas swimming around in her head. She loves the challenge of creating beautiful & stylish pieces that are affordable to buy or make.