Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Easy Gratitude Script Napkin Pillow

 
 
This Pillow will take about 15 minutes to complete !

 
 
 
Gratitude is so much more than thanks.
 
 It always includes blessing, sharing, grace and gathering—all of which is expressed here, on
 
this script-printed cotton-linen napkin from PIER 1
 
 A simple way to greet the Fall season and to enjoy everyday!
 
 
This beautiful napkin was originally available at Thanksgiving. It is so popular that Pier 1
 
 has been keeping in in stock year round. I leave my pillow out all the time.

Napkins are perfect to repurpose into pillows and these already have a decorative edge.
 
 I think it has a farmhouse
 
 feel and coordinates nicely with other colors and styles.
 
Don't we all need to be reminded to have a grateful
 
heart at all times.
 
 The napkin sentiments are gratitude, thanks, blessings, grace, and gathering.
 
                              https://www.pier1.com/gratitude-script-napkin/2641943.html
  • Natural
  • 20"W x 20"D
  • Cotton, linen
  • Machine-wash gentle cycle
  • Imported
 
 
                      The napkin has a lovely black crocheted edge. We want to see the edges
 
 
                            so we will be sewing  our seams on the front sides of the napkins.
 
 
 
Supplies:
 
2 Napkins
 
18'' Pillow Form or
 
Poly Fiberfil Stuffing

 
Pins
 
off- white thread
 
sewing machine or fabric glue
 
 
 
 

 

Two napkins, unfold and iron out the fold lines. 
 
 

 
Lay out your napkins with right sides out and make sure the
 
writing is the same direction on both sides.
 


Pin edges together, you will be following the seam that already exists.
 
Sew three sides, fill with Poly Fiberfil or pillow form and top stitch
the last seam with sewing machine.
 


Remove pins you're finished.
 
 
 

I  have it here with a Drop Cloth Pillow that I made so you can see the color.
 

 
 I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy pillow project.
 
Let me know in the comments or just say HELLO!
 
xo Lisa S
 
 
 
 
 


26 comments:

  1. I hope my local Pier 1 has these in stock! I LOVE the word gratitude and have to actively work at being "Humbly grateful instead of hatefully grumbly." I think I might be Scroogey and use plain black or an ecru (If I have something that matches) for a backing. Great project!

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    1. Kathy
      I like how you think! I am sure you will find one.
      Thank you so much! Please stop by again. xo Lisa S

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  2. So lovely, I made these a few years ago for Thanksgiving and gave a few away as gifts. I use mine every day. Can't believe they're still selling the napkins:) xo Kathleen

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    1. Kathleen,
      I made my first one a few years ago too. I think they were so popular that they kept them around. They did discontinue the placemat though. Thanks for hosting! I really appreciate you. xo Lisa S

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  3. What a great way to make some fun pillows, there are always fun napkins and placemats that can be used and then there are the vintage napkins at yard sales.

    Thank you for sharing on last weeks #OMHGWW!!
    I have just pinned and you are being featured this week at our party!!

    Hope you will join us again this week.

    Have a great week!

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    1. Karren
      I am so excited to be part of your feature.
      I really appreciate you and grateful for your parties!
      Thank you for hosting. xo Lisa S

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  4. I love using napkins and placemats to create pillows. These are lovely! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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    1. Cecilia,
      Thank you, I love these napkins. I don't know how to crochet so I really love the edging.
      xo Lisa S

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  5. Very pretty! Thanks so much for sharing at the To Grandma's House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party! Pinned this! Hope to see you link up again this Wednesday!

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    1. Sheri,
      Thank you so much for visiting!
      Thank you for hosting.
      xo Lisa S

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  6. that came out so cute, I love it! #InspireMeLink

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    1. Alice,
      Thank you for the nice comment!
      I'm glad you stopped by. xo Lisa S

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  7. I love the way your pillow came out. It looks pretty and simple to make. Thanks for sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.

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    1. Julie,
      Thank you, it really is easy. I appreciate you hosting
      and stopping by to say hello! Have a great week. xo Lisa S

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  8. Making pillows out of napkins is such a great and economical idea! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Jann,
      Thanks for hosting and visiting!
      xo Lisa S

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  9. Lisa,
    I love your pillow. What a great way to make inexpensive pillows from napkins. Please stop by Thursday Favorite Things since you are being featured.
    Hugs,
    Bev

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    1. Bev,
      I love it ! Thank you for the feature.
      I will be back, thanks for the invitation.
      I hope you have a wonderful week!
      xo Lisa S

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  10. Love, love, love ! I was just at Pier1 yesterday. Will have to go back to look for these. Featuring your pillow when my party opens up tonight.

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    1. Carol,
      You are so sweet, I hope you can get a couple!
      Thank you for hosting and you always leave such nice comments. I will visit tonight- I am grateful to you!
      Chocolate hugs and kisses xo Lisa S

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  11. I love this idea and I never thought I making a pillow from Napkins! You will be the featured post on the Friday at the Fire Station link up this week!

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    1. You made my day! Thank you so much.
      I hope you have a wonderful week. I love your parties.
      Thank you hosting. xo Lisa S

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  12. Wow! I love this idea. I will making some of these I hope they still have the napkins.

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    1. Kippi,
      I'm so glad you like the pillows. You will definitely be able to find them in store or the Pier 1 website.
      Thank you, xo Lisa S

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  13. I just adore text fabrics, Lisa. The crocheted edges finish your cushion off perfectly. I have showcased your fab cushion today.

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    1. Pam,
      I really appreciate the showcase today! It's beautifully
      done and I am honored! Your site is amazing.
      xo Lisa S

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