Puffy Paint Faux Embroidery

March 4, 2014Allison Murray

Want to celebrate the fun, neon geometric embroidery thing happening but not wanting to bust out that hoop? Try out some puffy paint faux embroidery!

Sometimes I love to embroider. It’s more of a warm weather thing for me, though. When there’s snow on the ground, like now, all I want to do is crochet my days away.

But I really love the whole geometric neon thing happening. So what is a gal to do if she wants some fancy and totally mod pillow cases without busting out her embroidery floss and hoop?

Perhaps it is because I was a child in the 80s, but this gal busts out the puffy paint!

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Want to celebrate the fun, neon geometric embroidery thing happening but not wanting to bust out that hoop? Try out some puffy paint faux embroidery!

I loved this project because it was super fun and super easy. The hardest part was listening to my cats crying and shoving paws through the door while it was safely shutting them out.

Well, go number one I didn’t do that and guess what? I was chasing down a neon colored cat and praying that she didn’t jump on my white comforter.

This is great fun for kids and adults alike, so head on over to iLoveToCreate to see my super crafty, Puffy Paint Faux Embroidery Pillowcases tutorial!

Comments (2)

  • Lauren @ The Thinking Closet

    March 4, 2014 at 11:12 PM

    These are SO much fun, Allison! Also, a blog buddy and I have plans to do an 80s Throwback Craft Blog Hop sometime this year…and you are SO going to get an email about that when the time comes, just a heads-up! ;-)

  • Jeanine

    March 8, 2014 at 7:57 PM

    Amazing! LOL I always love hearing about your cat drama! Brings me joy! Thanks flr sharing.

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