Hello dear friends!
I hope you are all doing well.
It is finally starting to feel a bit like Fall time in Texas.
Although we are still having very warm days, we have woken up to weather in the mid 50's for a couple of days now and the humidity is much lower than normal.
We are enjoying it while we can! :)
My days have been busy lately, but in those few rare moments I don't have anything to do, I have been finishing a few fall decor items for our home.
Today I want to share some pretty simple and cute fall pillows I made for our back porch.
These pillows are nothing more than some fall placemats I bought at Walmart for $1.88 each.
They are reversible and they have a similar finish to outdoor fabric and they repel water, so they are perfect to
display on the porch.
These were the easiest project ever.
Using my sean ripper, I made about a six inch opening on the bottom of each placemat.
Filled up each placemat with poly fill I already had and when they were fluffy enough, I sew the opening closed
by hand. You could also use some hem iron on tape.
You can find this poly fill at Walmart for about $3.00 a bag.
And that is it! Super simple.
I made four pillows to give the outdoor furniture on the porch a little color.
I am still working on decorating the back porch.
Now that the weather is not so hot, I am ready to buy some fall flowers.
I will share the update soon.
I probably won't get a chance to blog again this week so I want to wish you all a wonderful weekend.
Thank you for stopping by!