Hi Friend! Do you love pillows as much as I do? If so, you’re in the right place cause I have a super cute DIY Mummy Pillow to share with you. Let’s get started!
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DIY Mummy Pillow with Cricut
I have a problem. I love pillows. I have way too many, but they are so fun to make and decorate with! Don’t even ask how many pillows we have usually have on the bed! lol I love sharing easy pillow ideas, especially ones that are good for beginner crafters. I made this pillow with my Cricut, but if you don’t have one, you can easily cut felt or HTV circles for the eyes by hand. Let’s go over the what you will need to create your own Mummy Pillow:
What you will need:
Black Heat Transfer Vinyl (I used HTVRONT for this project)
Flour Sack Dish Cloth (I get them by the 12 pack at Sam’s Club)
Pillow Cover and Pillow Form
I used this Design in Cricut Design Space.
I created a quick video showing the process, check it out below:
So easy, right?
Let’s go over the steps …
Start by preheating your heat press. I set mine to 315 degrees for 12 seconds. Check the recommended setting on your HTV. Press your pillow cover. I like to fold it in half to get the center.
Open the design in Cricut Design Space. Resize if needed. Apply the HTV to your mat, and select the Iron On material setting. Don’t forget to mirror! Cut and Weed.
Center the design on your pillow and press. Remove the carrier sheet.
Press the wrinkles out of the flour sack dish towel. Cut it into 2-inch strips.
Put the pillow form into the pillow cover. Wrap the strips around the pillow and attach them to the pillow cover with fabric glue. Continue until you have made a full mummy pillow.
I love how sweet this little mummy looks! I hope you give this project a try and if you do please tag me on social media @michellespartyplanit, I’d love to see your crafts!
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