It is starting to feel like the North Pole around here. I have been creating so many things for Christmas that I am starting to grow a new appreciation for elf culture. 🙂 I found a new Chalk Couture transfer that I fell in love with so I have been making all kinds of things with it. I started with the Christmas Pillow Covers. I made them to go with the black, white and green decor I am going with this season and Chalk Couture took out all the guess-work and made them super easy to make.
Chalk Couture has so many Christmas transfers. When I saw them all, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on them and start creating all the things for our home this season. I am telling you, the Elf Shop has been set up since I got my shipment and I haven’t stopped since!
Supplies Used For The DIY Christmas Pillow Covers:
I just had to use two ink colors for the pillow covers because I wanted them simple. But, you could customize this transfer in so many ways just by using different colors inks. In only a few minutes, I had a pillow cover turned into the cutest Christmas throw pillow for our living room.
Here is a short video showing you how I created the pillow covers:
Whenever I do Chalk Couture projects, I love peeling off the transfer and seeing what I have just created. The best thing about the Christmas pillow covers was that the ink is darker in some areas and lighter in others. I love that because it makes it look a little worn, which in turn, makes me think it looks a little vintage. Call me crazy, but that is how I see it.
I don’t have a lot of patience for certain projects so Chalk Couture makes my need for creating and creating something amazing without a lot of effort or time, SO EASY! I can sit down and in thirty minutes, have all kinds of things made. If I had a shop, I would be able to make all kinds of products in no time!
If you are looking for Christmas pillow covers this year, try this project. The Chalk Couture transfers can be used over and over again so you can get numerous products made with the same transfer! I used this transfer to create a hot cocoa tray with it. You can see that project HERE.
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