Mini Fruit Pillows, who would’ve ever thought about those? Well, I did and they came out so stinking cute. Anything miniature is so adorable and when I was trying to cultivate an idea for a simple DIY the other night I thought of these. Honestly, you can make them as big as you’d like, you could even make actual sized pillows if you wanted to! Without further a due, let’s get into the craft! Also, don’t forget, you can watch the video replay below!
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Here’s What You’ll need:
- Hot glue
Firstly, draw on your lemon design.
Secondly, cut out your lemon drawing and then create a second one.
You’ll then hot glue half of your lemon together.
Afterwards, begin to stuff your lemon and then hot glue the rest of it closed.
In addition, draw some lemon leaves and cut them out, then hot glue them to your lemon.
Following that, you’ll begin on your strawberry. Likewise start by drawing a strawberry shape and cutting out two halves.
Then, repeating the process from the lemon, you’ll hot glue half of it and add your stuffing!
Furthermore, trim a little strawberry top and hot glue it to your strawberry.
Because we’re making a little strawberry, I added some black dots with the marker to create seeds!
Similarly, I created a larger strawberry, so I started by tracing two strawberry drawings.
Again, you’ll want to stuff the strawberry once it’s been glued half way and then glue it closed.
Once again, create a strawberry stem for the larger one and hot glue it to your berry!
Finally, grab some straw and create a cute little bow to hot glue to your strawberry pillow.
To conclude, you can now enjoy mini fruit pillows on your farmhouse shelves or bowls. During this DIY, I had so much fun and I just had to share it with you all. In addition to that, check us out on Facebook for the LIVE videos of these crafts, and check out our instagram for the finished products! If you loved this DIY, you can pin it for later on Pinterest.
Our blog has so many more quick and easy DIYs, give some other ones a read to find more inspiration!
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Theresa Rawson says
Love you and your crafts Job well done. It seems to me that your hard work is paying off. Blessings.
Julie Van Zant says
Really cute fabric fruit••••really love a DIY on that in a farm house way!! 🙂