Adventure Pillow

If you have been a LONG time reader of IC I have blogged before about my frustration with the whole “baby bedding in a bag”.  I absolutely loved my son’s Osh Kosh baby bedding.  The bright colors, the patterns, the texture..it had it all.

However, when I upgraded his room to a big boy room I was disappointed there was not a twin size comforter I could purchase to go with the bedding I received as a gift.  Those bedding sets are pricey.  I believe mine was $250.  I had a bunch of friends “go in” on it to purchase it for me.  So I have vowed to reuse all the fabric from the bedding.

I reupholstered a chair with some of the bumper fabric….

I also redid a child’s size glider for the reading nook in my son’s room with the quilt….

I also used scraps for some initial bookends

I reused the baby pillows and threw them on his big boy bed.

IMG_0524 Well Isaac is almost 4.  I think it is time to upgrade the pillows as well.  I reused some of the fabric for the cording on his new “adventure pillow.”IMG_0526 I mean look at this kid, he is the epitome of adventure…IMG_0598DSCN0443DSC04836 So I embroidered a pillow with the definition of adventure on it (designed by my friend Amy) and added some colorful cording to coordinate (say that 5 times fast!).IMG_0525

IMG_0527IMG_0529 What do you think?  It goes well with his current bedding (Circo Boy Color Block from Target).  Perfect for my adventurous little guy!

Check out some more canvas drop cloth pillows here…

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Left to right: Christmas Subway Art PillowChalkboard Fabric Silhouette PillowsLucky Pillow with Domed Penny ButtonPottery Barn Nest Knock Off PillowPresidents Day Canvas PillowDefinition of Adventure PillowChristmas Glitter Ornament PillowHome Sweet Home Pillow

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