Cutest pumpkin pillows and fall placemats
Would you believe I do not have even one pumpkin yet?!
Well, I suppose that’s not entirely true if one counts my new cute pumpkin pillows, thanks to a few new fall stencils just released!
I love new toys to play with…
These four new fall stencils HERE are certainly going to ramp up my own fall decorating! They were designed to mix and match so you can create endless unique custom variations!
So today I’m sharing the cutest pumpkin pillows and fall placemats that came together in minutes!
My kinda decorating…
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Supplies I used:
Fusion Mineral Paint (colours listed under picture below)
- Insert a waterproof protectant (I use page protectors or a bag) inside the cushion cover.
- Position and attach stencil on pillow cover with masking tape
- Tap (or dry brush with long strokes using a big brush) the paint on the cover to achieve your desired effect.
My apologies for not having a picture-by-picture take this round. The actual stencils hadn’t arrived yet and the way I proof using other materials could have led to some confusion.
ABOVE is a video on my method of dry brushing to achieve this effect. Very simple and the results are stunning!
View more pillows I’ve stenciled HERE
And here are the results!
The fun thing about the Pumpkins stencil is the fact that there’s two complimentary pumpkins on one stencil, exhibiting very different personalties. (one tall, and the other wide)
I knew they’d be perfect for pillows… and they were!
The most fun about designing your own pillows is the fact that you can choose your own home decor colours! I desired more of a neutral take so this is what paint I used:
Stem – Fusion’s Copper Metallic
Leaf – Fusion’s Bayberry
I adore how the copper had a slight shimmer making them feel even a little more special!
And here’s the other pumpkin. I love this little squatty shape!
This round I stenciled a Casement (white) pumpkin on a black pillow cover so both pillows chimed in nicely together without being an exact match.
I also think Fall Greetings would look adorable run across the pumpkins! Can you vision it?
Isn’t it nice to have choices? Why, yes it is.
Supplies I used:
Ikea rattan placemats
- Position stencil on top of placemats
- Tap dry-to-the-touch stencil brush with black paint onto the placemats.
Falling Leaves is a ‘random pattern’ stencil that is designed to look beautiful if you continue the pattern side-by-side. Nothing to match up exact. So easy to work with!
I stenciled the entire pattern on the placemat, then added the odd other leaves to fill in spaces towards all the edges. It turned out super cute!
The leaves can also be used one at a time on smaller projects. I can’t wait to play more with this one!
Fall Greetings is designed with lots of iconic fall sayings all packed on one stencil. So convenient!
I used Large for this project. The small is perfect for smaller projects and is designed to fit onto the sides of the Vintage Wagon. Fun, right?!
I decided to stencil the placemats using the entire stencil as-is after seeing Carlene’s adorable Shipping Crate Stamps pillow HERE.
I love the outcome! And it fits perfectly on placemats!
I like that both placemats are different, yet they compliment each other.
Well, I do believe I have a head start on fall decorating so I think I’ll go pick up those white pumpkins of my dreams and maybe do up my mantel and front door next…
And put that cute little Vintage Wagon to work… I cannot wait!
How are you coming along with your fall decorating? Think this may encourage you with a jumpstart?