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Accents to Update Any Space

11/30/2015 02:32AM ● Published by Family Features

Accent pieces are an easy way to update any room. Introducing fresh colors and styles with decorative items and textiles can instantly transform the entire ambiance at a fraction of the cost you might spend completely refurbishing the same space.

Throw pillows offer a clever way to add new color, texture and patterns. Introduce a more luxurious look with this pillow trio featuring the new Buttercream collection of continental craft components, finished home decor items, baking supplies and unique print fabrics create by and available only at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores.

Buttercream Stenciled Art Pillows
Crafting time: More than 5 hours
Skill level: Some experience necessary

Supplies and Tools:
  • Buttercream 12-by-12-inch Stencil Paisley Blossom (71852)
  • 2          16-by-16-inch natural pillow covers
  • 1          each of Buttercream Fabric Paints in Dainty Pink, Lipstick Red, Ginger, Ivy Lane,
  • Fortnight Blue
  • Buttercream Brushes Stencil Set
  • 2          16-by-16-inch pillow forms
  • 1 1/2    yards natural linen fabric
  • Buttercream Basecoating Brush
  • 1          12-by-18-inch pillow form

Begin by creating the red repeat patterned pillow. Place stencil onto pillow cover and tape off all areas on stencil that are not shown in photo. Repeat large paisley flower as shown using Lipstick Red paint and small stencil brush. Let dry.

Complete the floral design pillow by placing stencil onto pillow cover and stenciling design as shown with multiple colors. Stencil first color by taping over all areas that are not that color in photo. Then stencil next color, taping off areas that are not that color. Repeat so entire front of pillow is covered. Let dry before inserting pillow forms.

For long daisy blossom pillow, cut two 13-by-19-inch pieces of fabric. Iron fabric. 

Tape off 10-by-16-inch large rectangle in center of one fabric piece. Paint base coat inside rectangle with Dainty Pink and large brush. Let dry.

Stencil daisy floral element from stencil onto pillow as shown with Ginger. Repeat covering rectangle area. Let dry.

Add leaf element to pillow as shown. Stencil with Ivy Lane. Repeat around flowers as shown and let dry. 

Place fabric with “right sides” touching and sew three sides closed. Turn inside out and insert pillow form. Hand sew closed.

Find more inspiration for home updates with accent pieces you can make yourself at joann.com.

Sponsored by JoAnn Fabrics

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