Pottery Barn Inspired Poinsettia Christmas Pillow

pottery barn inspired poinsettia christmas pillow

When I saw the latest issue of the Pottery Barn catalog, I just knew I had to create this beautiful Pottery Barn Inspired Poinsettia Pillow.

The simplicity of design and color are just perfect for my home decor. I found a wonderful tutorial over at Centsational Girl and gathered up my supplies to create this stunning pillow!

I found beautiful creamy white wool felt by the yard at Joanns and it was so easy to work with. The pillow cover is a lovely, thick burlap. They compliment each other perfectly. I used 3 medium sized antique gold jingle bells that I found at Michaels for the center of the flower….sigh…I love the way it all came together….

Bonnie

 

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    I noticed your project as I was posting mine at Just a Girl. Amazing! I cant wait to try this out. That tutorial makes it sound like even I could do this, hopefully my new found confidence will translate into a successful project. I have enjoyed checking out your blog, if you have time I would love for you to stop by and give your thoughts on mine.

  2. says

    That is adorable!

    I hope you’ll enter it in the Copycat Challenge that I’m hosting, there’s lots of great prizes :). You can go to sewmuchado.blogspot.com for all the details!

  3. Chris D says

    I made one last year using burlap for the pillow and white felt for the poinsetta and gold jingle bells. I love how it turned out!

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