Mini Santa Pillows

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Mini Santa Pillows


The Santa images came from Graphics Fairy.

I used a full sheet of sticker paper to adhere a piece of muslin and ran it through my printer (HP 3100).


                                                                   

*Please note, these images are not waterproof.
I used a waterproofing spray to protect the image from spills.


I made a pillow with the printed muslin and used a decorative fabric for the backing. 

I added a loop of muslin for the hanger.


The details are colored in with photo markers. (affiliate link)


Hanging from a door knob or sitting in a basket, 
they are adorable for Christmas!






                                      


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15 comments

  1. I LOVE these!! Not sure if I will be able to get around to making one this year but pinned for next year for sure! Thanks for sharing!
    Jenn :)

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  2. What a beautiful project! Love how they turned out. Amazing that that is from the printer! I might need to upgrade my printer!! ;) just stunning!!

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  3. So cute! Love the key touches!

    Jeanine

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  4. These are so cute, Susan! I love the Santa images you used.

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  5. Yeah, pinned these. Oh yeah.

    Bliss

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  6. Great idea. Looks perfect. Greetings from Croatia. :))

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    1. Jenny sticker paper is whole sheets of adhesive (mailing label) paper. The whole page is blank rather than being cut out like address labels.

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  8. Not sure what sticker paper is...can u elaborate?

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  9. ok... i'm usually pretty on it with crafts, but i dont get the whole sticker paper thing. These images are really a sticker on fabric? the fabric is not holding the print at all ?

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    1. sticker paper is whole sheets of adhesive (mailing label) paper. The whole page is blank rather than being cut out like address labels. You pull off the backing and stick the fabric to the sticky side. Then I run the fabric/sticker paper through my printer. It may not be done if your printer uses a tray. Mine has a paper feed.

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  10. I love the pillows, Susan I am posting something very similar on Wednesday.
    gail

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  11. I love these!! Happy fat Santa faces make me smile :)))

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