Oh Deer DIY Christmas Cushions

 Happy Thursday Friends!

Today I'm sharing a project I did a few years ago, but had lost over the years and decided to re-create them again. 

They are these DIY Oh Deer Christmas Cushions!

I loved them back then and I love them now. 

How cute are they?  I used a plain canvas fabric for the main cushions that I found in the Christmas fabrics at Spotlight, and the patches are made out of a white sheet that I cut up for various projects.

It really is as simple as finding pictures you like on Google and adding the words with a cool font. Then you cut your sheet patch to the size of an A4 sheet of paper, attach the fabric to the paper with spray glue, put it though the printer and then peal off the back paper. Just keep an eye on it while it prints to ensure it doesn't get stuck! After sewing your patch on, make sure you run the iron over it to seal the ink. 

If you want to see the original post from Christmas 2013, here is the link!

I managed to find the same picture, and a similar font. 

I used an envelope fold on my cushions when I sewed them (cause I'm not great with zippers). I must say I'm so proud of myself for learning how to make button holes with my sewing machine!  It literally was so easy! The machine does it all! It even sews on your buttons! So cool. I'll be making more now. 😃

Previously I've sewn on velcro to close my cushions, but it seems to wear after time.

So, I've made something new and learnt something new today! 😊

I hope your week is going well!

Take care and stay safe!

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