Welcome to this month’s edition of 15-Minute Crafts! I’ll be sharing my idea for a Valentine pillow to make in 15 minutes. Scroll down to find a link to more quick crafts you can make for Valentine’s Day.
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Disclosure: I’m on the Canvas Corp Brands design team this year so the pillow case is one of the supplies that they’ve provided for me. But the opinions and project ideas are my own.
Hubby loves the size of this pillow. It’s great for supporting your lower back when you’re relaxing on the couch.
For the insert I just used an old throw pillow that came with a comforter set we bought several years ago. But I’ve also included a source for new pillow inserts in the supply list below.
Valentine Pillow Supplies
- Canvas Corp square burlap pillow case, 12″ x 12″
- 12″ x 12″ pillow form
- red yarn – I used Red Heart but use whatever shade of red you have.
- crochet hook, size H
- glue gun – This is my favorite new glue gun. Love the detailer!
- glue sticks
- paper, pencil, & scissors if you want to make a pattern
Step One: Spread out the pillow case and decide what shape heart you want. You can cut a heart out of paper to use as a pattern.
Step Two: Crochet a simple chain long enough to go completely around the heart shape.
Step Three: Lay the crochet chain on the pillow case in the heart shape and run a tiny bead of hot glue right under it, pressing down with your fingers as you go.
At first I thought I might sew on the heart but I wanted something quick plus the hot glue will peel off so I can decorate the same pillow for the next holiday or season!
I love the two pillows behind it, too. You won’t believe the price on the compass pillow! $2.90 last time I looked! The world map pillow was only $5.60. Not sure how long these sales will last so get ’em quick!
If you enjoyed my Valentine pillow, you might also like these posts:
- My Valentine Tree
- DIY Valentine Ticket Garland
- 12 Easy Valentine Ideas, Shabby Creek Cottage
- 19 Valentine Day Mason Jar Ideas, Country Living
- Valentines Day Garland
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? Leave a comment, I’d love to hear how you decorate.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim