May 18, 2011

Another Rosette Pillow


I found two navy blue pillows at Target last week for $2.48/ea regularly priced $9.99. They are the exact color I want to start decorating my living room and dinning room with so I bought em.
I knew they were plain so as I did with my other pillow, I added rosettes. I made the rosettes out of leftover scraps from the t-shirt I used to make my braided bracelet. While making the rosettes yesterday I got burned badly and had to stop working because the glue was stuck to my skin :(
I have gotten burned before but this time the hot glue was stuck to my skin and really hurt! I got blisters so I put on some Neosporin, took some Aleve and had to hold on to an ice pack until my hand went numb and could no longer feel the pain. Thankfully the pain is gone and today I finished one pillow because I am too scared to make rosettes for the other one.
So... here is one of the plain navy blue pillows before:

I placed the dangerous pretty rosettes on the pillow to see how they would look
 and where I would want them.
I initially wanted to make a whole bunch of rosettes to go all the way down the pillow
but because of my little incident I only made six... 


I used Fabric Glue to glue the rosettes in place, 
then placed a heavy book on top and waited for them to dry...


...and here is my new rosette pillow that will go in the living room as soon
as I gather the courage to pick up my glue gun again and make more rosettes for
it's naked brother pillow: 

Do you have a glue gun burn story? I would love to hear it! or read it! lol :D
<3 Cindy
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12 comments:

  1. Such a simple, beautiful way to dress up a plain pillow. Turned out great!

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  2. So cute! I have burned myself countless times on that stupid glue gun. But it turned out beautiful! Great job!

    Emily
    Deviantly Domesticated Team
    http://stephaniehillberry.com

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  3. Looks great. Simple and elegant. Sorry about your burn. I've never had one that bad.

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  4. Alright, that's it... I am making some of these! I have seen these a few places, and I really need to do it! Thanks for the motivation :)

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  5. OH I LOVE THAT!! Rosettes are my FAVORITE thing right now and they look great on that pillow!

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  6. Your pillow turned out AWESOME! Sometimes we have to sacrifice a little to get great results right?! Sorry about the burn! Following you now!
    -Angela

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  7. So cute! Love the rosette's. Years ago I burned almost my whole hand with my glue gun! Luckily, I gave it another chance. Don't give up on it. Sometimes we have to sacrifice appendages to be crafty:)

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  8. Fabulous!
    Would you consider linking up to my "20 minute tuesday" party at this address tomorrow? http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com
    It's for projects that: take 20-30 mins and cost less than 10 bucks.
    Great place for people to come and check out quick and inexpensive ideas!
    Thanks for considering!
    Tina
    PS: I'm giving away 20 more button pony tailers! Here's the info:
    http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com/p/may-winners.html

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  9. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this pillow thanks for sharing!!

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  10. S Pretty! Stopping by from the Lettered Cottage DIY party. I would love for you to come link up to my party too, going on all week!
    And be sure to enter my giveaway too!
    Thanks
    ~Iffy~

    www.stayathomenation.blogspot.com

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  11. was there a pattern for the rosettes ???? I must have missed it. Oh boy, every time I made a wreath the glue and the flowers would stick to my fingers. One time I thought my finger prints were burned away !!!! Great job for such little money.

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