Create Your Own Milk and Cream Pillows

While my Milk and Cream Stencil was out
I decided to keep the paint wet and create another project with this great stencil.

Create Your Own Milk and Cream Pillows with a stencil and paint

Angie from Knick of Time created this beautiful stencil. 

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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 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. 

Create your own Milk and cream pillows using paint, stencil and a store bought pillow cover.

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. 

Knick of Time stencil for stenciling on a pre-made cotton pillow cover.

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!

Creating farmhouse Milk and Cream pillow covers using pre-made pillow covers

All that is left to do now is to stuff the pillow cover!

Stenciled Milk and Cream farmhouse pillow covers.

Easy and beautiful!

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Create your own Milk and Cream Pillows using stencils and pre-made pillow covers.

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .