17 Jul

DIY Tutorial: Toadstool Chair Cushions

toadstool cushion diy

Today we have a special treat! A DIY tutorial from Amy Liu Bissett of A Dazzle Day that is just darling for a woodland party themeToadstool Chair Cushions. These cushions are an easy sewing project and totally affordable, plus what’s better than cute and comfortable party decor?!

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kid's toadstool cushion diy tutorial

TOADSTOOL CHAIR CUSHIONS – A DIY TUTORIAL

MATERIALS:

– Red & white fleece
– Batting
– Scissors
– Marker
– Sewing Machine (or needle & thread if you are hand sewing)
– Tacky Glue

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS:

kid's toadstool cushion diy tutorial

1. Draw a large circle on your red fleece (you’ll need two circles per cushion), making it the size you’d like your cushion. Draw a few smaller circles on your white fleece for the dots of the toadstool.

kid's toadstool cushion diy tutorial

2. Cut out the red circles, leaving a 1/2-inch to 1-inch border for seam allowance. Cut the same circle size circle out of the batting (without the seam allowance). You can cut the little circles on your white fleece while you’re at it :)

kid's toadstool cushion diy tutorial

3. Sew the red circles together inside out until you have about a 2-inch opening left. Turn the fabric “right side out” and insert the batting through the gap. Sew the opening up & glue the white dots on top!

kid's toadstool cushion diy tutorial

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Learn how to make more crafty party decor from the Dreamy Lavender Woodland Fairy Party: including the Wooden Peg Fairy Dolls, Whimsical Woodland Name Card HoldersPrintable Napkin Rings!

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