Coral pillow cases is a way to give your bedroom interior a more personal look without spending a lot of money. The pillow design can be as simple as a monogram or as complicated as a design tailored specifically to the interior of your room. Decorated pillow cases can also be given as personal gifts. Consider decorating your pillowcases with stencils and textile colors. Bands can add another design element when placed on the border of the pillowcase.
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Insert a cardboard sheet into your coral pillowcase. The carton stops the color from bleeding through to the other side of the pillow case. Identify where you want to add the pillowcase decoration, whether centered on pillow cases or on the edge. Place the template on the pillow case and tape it in place using masking tape. Stencil series various designs can be purchased from craft and art stores; Consider using a stencil shaped as a letter to monogram pillowcases. You can also use stencils shaped like your favorite logo, hearts or flowers.
Squeeze some textile color on a plate as a paper. Dip a sponge or brush into the paint and gently blot it on the side of the paper plate to remove excess paint. Use brush or sponge to apply the color of parts of the pillowcase display in the open parts of the stencil. Use a small amount of paint at a time so that the excess does not seep under the template. Remove the template when the paint has dried completely. Allow about one hour of drying time, depending on the thickness of the paint. Cut a piece of tape to the length of the open edge of pillowcases. Press a line of fabric glue onto the open edge of the pillowcase and press the tape down on it.
Allow the glue to dry completely before enjoying your newly decorated pillowcase. Cut pieces of pillowcase dress. Cut the folded end off of pillowcases. Fold pillowcases in the middle. Using an existing sleeveless shirt from your child’s, pull the sleeves for the pillowcase dress and cut them out. Sew pillowcase dress. Fold armholes over ¼ inch and sew them to finish armholes professionally. Fold over the front and back of the dress and sew an inch channel. Add the tape. Thread the strap through the front and rear channels of the dress. On each side of the channel, tie the front and rear bands together at the shoulders. Add decorations such as applications, loop trim and other decorations to the dress.