Create Your Own Milk and Cream Pillows6:50:00 AM
While my Milk and Cream Stencil was out
I decided to keep the paint wet and create another project with this great stencil.
Angie from Knick of Time created this beautiful stencil.
Not only did I use it on the Rustic Tray I just made but I decided to give it a try on fabric for a beautiful farmhouse pillow cover. I have included my Amazon affiliate links so you can try this at home. Click on the bold words to take you where you can purchase the item.
I will admit, I didn't make these pillow covers, it was easier to buy them. They had zippers and were the perfect size and color.
Using this short-cut made the project quick and easy.
Step one was to iron the pillow cover.
I used cardboard inside the pillow so paint wouldn't leak through the layers.
I sprayed spray adhesive to the back of my stencil to prevent paint leakage then using a foam pouncer, dabbed on the paint with light coats.
I used Fusion Mineral Paint for this project and yes it is washable.
I draped the pillow covers over the drying rack to dry. This very cool tobacco drying rack came from the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY one year.... now that's a fun road trip!
All that is left to do now is to stuff the pillow cover!
Easy and beautiful!
Want to give it a try yourself? Visit Knick of Time for the Milk and Cream stencil and here are my affiliate links for supplies like mine...