We are still enjoying summer, in fact, we are normally in flip flops and short sleeves here around the end of October. That’s why we decided to finally buy a pergola for our patio and be able to enjoy it more.
We’ve been working on the patio quite a lot though there are few things missing. Nevertheless, the most important things are there. If you are a regular reader then you know I keep finding stuff all.the.time!
I found some pallet wood and a mattress that I used to make the seating, but recently I found two square ones that would look awesome as a table, so I replaced the colorful slat table for another one. It’s not finished, I just stuck one above the other and I’ll be working on them whenever I can find some free time.
Anyway, we had the pergola, the seating, the new table, I also built a planter for an odd corner we have up there, and I wanted some pretty pillows. As I had the fillings already, I only needed to make some covers. Easy peasy! I love stars so much, look at the faux metal stars I made for my living room, so I decided I was going to make a DIY star envelope pillow cover. Yay!
I promise it is really easy to do, you just need some fabric, paint and make yourself a stencil.
Isn’t it lovely? If you want to see all the detailed instructions and learn how to make your own DIY star envelope pillow cover, you can head over Knock Off Decor and read the full post there.
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