DIY NY State Drawstring Bag Pillow

6:23:00 AM

This was such an easy and inexpensive project I just had to take a minute to show you. 

I bought a drawstring bag with the state of New York on it from the Target dollar section. 

I'm guessing each state had their own depending on where you live. It was $3.00.

I stuffed it with a pillow form and stitched the top closed. 

I left the drawstring in but if you wanted to do even more work you could remove it. I kinda like the look of the "tassel". 

So that's it... my 10 minute NY state pillow.

I'm pretty sure you could even create your own pillow by stenciling on these blank drawstring bags. (affiliate link)

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  1. Super cute! Love easy projects like this. Visiting from Talk of the Town.

  2. This is so cute. And certainly a quick and easy project.

    1. Yes Debra it certainly was easy! Wish I had bought more :)

  3. Don't you love it when an easy project turns out so well? This is darling! I'll have to look to see if Target has our state draw bag. Pinned!

  4. Fabulous. Like you, I agree, the drawstring looks wonderful left on the pillow. Nicely done.

    1. Yes it sure does :) Thanks for visiting Ivory Jean!


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