family pillow cover Meet Our Snuggly Owl Pinterest Party Winner – Sara Falter decorative pillow shams

 family pillow cover     |      2020-03-31 02:10

A big “;Thank you!”; to everyone who participated in our recent Snuggly Owl Pinterest Party! Our winner is Sara Falter: here’;s her “;Snuggly Owl”; story:

I was looking for a fun, quick, and easy sewing project to help make a dent in my overflowing fleece scrap pile. When I saw the BERNINA USA facebook post for the ‘”;Snuggly Owl Pinterest Party,”; I thought the owl was really cute and knew that it would be a great project to start with. I started with the light green owlfamily pillow cover, using scraps from several different baby blankets. It was fun matching all the different types of fleece. I’m not even sure how I managed to find coordinating fabrics, but it all worked out in the end. Since it went together so quickly, I decided I should make another one. As I was looking through my fleece scraps again, my husband was watching a Packers game. When I came across the Packers fleece, it was obvious that he needed an owl, too. Unfortunately, he now blames the owl for the Packers recent loss. ??

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Even after making two cute “;Snuggly Owls,”; I still have a lot of fleece scraps leftover. So, I just might have to make a few more of these cute owls soon. Thanks for the inspiration; this was a really fun project! Sara

It happens to all of us: around this time every year, our mailboxes fill up with beautiful holiday cards from the ones we love the most – but we don’t know how or where we want to display them. (You’ve only got so much space on your fireplace mantel, right?) We’ve gathered up 7 ideas from some of our favorite bloggers that are sure to inspire you to try a new and festive holiday card display this season!

Today’s contributor is Terra?from Mama Says Sew.?All posts written by Terra?for Make It and Love It can be found HERE.?

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