If you want to incorporate a few holiday accents into your seasonal home decor this year, holiday pillows is a super easy way to accomplish just that. These pillows are extremely easy to make and the result is cute and unique! Our iron-ons read “Comfort and Joy” and “Merry and Bright” to celebrate the magic of this time of year. We ended up sewing our own cozy flannel pillow covers for this project. If you are feeling crafty, feel free to use our video tutorial to create your own easy zipper pillows. Or, if you love the fact that this can be a really quick project, you can buy your own pillows at any home goods store. Just make sure that the covers for your pillows are removable so that you can attach the iron-on lettering!
This project is made for a set of 3 pillows, and each pillow is double-sided. We chose two lumbar pillows and a square pillow to create our adorable set of holiday pillows. Once you have your pillows ready, you will also need gold iron-on. You can choose any color of iron-on if you want to match it to your specific home decor. Look for the links in Shop this Project! After cutting out the wording with your cutting machine (we used our Cricut Explore), we recommend placing a cloth napkin between the iron and the iron-on material when attaching it to the pillow. Placing the iron directly onto the iron-on could burn it! Set these holiday pillows out on your couch in any arrangement you’d like, sit back, relax and enjoy!
If you are looking for other pillow accents for the holidays, check out our fun reindeer and snowflake Christmas pillows. Browse all of our Christmas projects for inspiration, and head over to our membership page to see how you can join in on our crafting adventure. For anyone needing some DIY gift inspiration, take a look at our gift memberships or read over our DIY gift guide! Cheers ~ Lia and the Team
Cricut Cutting Machine | Iron On Vinyl
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What font was used for the SVG file? Thanks!
It’s called Tanglewoods