Sharing how to make these DIY Outdoor Throw Pillows! These bright outdoor pillows are made with a sturdy, outdoor fabric and feature monstera leaves. I cut the fabric with my Cricut Explore Air.
Hey friends, I’ve got a question for you…do you think it is possible to have too many throw pillows?
I’m pretty certain that the answer to that question is ‘no’…which is why Terry thinks I might need an intervention.
But be that as it may, I really do enjoy having a stash of throw pillows that I can bring out to welcome a change in the season.
These tropical leaf throw pillows are perfect for spring and summer decor. And I made them with outdoor fabric so that they can sit on either my front or back porch.
And in my ongoing quest to figure out just how handy my Cricut Explore Air 2 really is, I decided to see how I could use it to DIY Throw Pillows.
I wanted something a wee bit tropical and found this image of Monstera leaves to use on my pillows. By uploading the image into the Cricut Design Space software, I was able to produce an image that could be cut from fabric.
I did produce a wee video to show you the process to upload an image into Cricut.
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N&N TIP: Use a pillow form that is 2 inches bigger than your cover for full and firm pillows.
Think you might just want to cut fabric with Cricut and DIY some throw pillows yourself? Pin this image for your future reference.
Are you looking for another DIY pillow project using your Cricut? Check out these gold medallion pillows that I made using my Cricut.
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