We’ve been reading a lot of comics over here lately and their current favorite is Moomin, so this little project is inspired by that. Make these big, make these small. Make one or make five. They’re perfect for a little bed decoration or for some photo booth action, but I am not so sure they would be so comfy to lay on. I don’t want my head lying on vinyl. These will be perfect for leaving sweet messages for your sweetheart or little sweethearts. Heck, mad messages too! Whatever gets the point across. One thing’s for sure though, there sure are lots of fun to be had with these pillows!
Can repin the project (or past projects) from here. My speech bubble would say… “I’m so glad it’s Friday!!!” How about you?
p.s. you can find vinyl in the upholstery/home decor fabric section of your fabric store and pick the softest one.
16 comments on “DIY: SPEECH BUBBLE PILLOWS”
Oh so sweet xxx
These are so cute! You've probably answered this before, but I love how you write/draw “on” your photos. What program/technique do you use to do that, if you don't mind sharing?
i use photoshop!
My daughter loves notes. In her lunch, in her backpack…she would love to find a note on a pillow when she wakes in the morning. Another lovely idea!
You gave the best ideas for kids! I'm glad to see you know moomin's (or muumi as we finns call those), these are from my home country! We have a lot of muumi stuff in Finland, I love these too.
I'm thinking that these would be lovely in my kindergarten class!!!
Pin-worthy! To save for summer time crafty fun! ~Deirdre
So fun and lovely! I have a thing about speechbubbles theese days. Ive made different speechbubble-shelves and now i am hooked! Thank you for sharing this wonderful DIY! Youre the best!
these are super fun! i wonder if a dry erase marker or crayon would work on the vinyl…
i think dry erase would work on the vinyl! good idea! i just don't know if it would stay once the flaky stuff rub off and hit the fabric.
Goodness your girls are adorable (as in A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E)!
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