Anthropologie Inspired Heart Pillow
Make this cute Anthropologie Inspired Heart Pillow for Valentine’s Day or any day! The neutral colors blend with any decor and it’s no sew!
This pillow is so fun and super simple to make. Seriously…if you can cut out hearts and iron, you are golden. This Anthropologie heart collector illow caught my eye right away when I was roaming around the Anthro website. It was love at first sight…until I saw the price. That’s when my mouth sort of fell open.
(This pillow is no longer available on the Anthropologie website. Affiliate links included. Click HERE for my disclosure statement.)
Cute right? But would you pay $198? Most likely your answer is NO! It looks to be made beautifully, and is linen with a down insert. It also measures 24 x 24 inches, which is huge. It would look amazing on a large chair, or as the center-point on a bed. My version is not as big. It’s 18 x 18 inches, and the total cost was under $15.00.
Anthropologie Inspired Heart Pillow Supplies Needed:
- Pillow cover
- Wonder Under
- Heart templates
- Scrap fabric for hearts
- My Favorite Iron
1.) Print your heart templates. I printed mine on cardboard so they were easier to trace. Cut out the sizes you want to use.
2.) Iron your Wonder Under to your piece of fabric. I used a scrap piece of fabric that measured about 15 x 20 inches. Let it cool.
3.) Trace your hearts on the Wonder Under.
4.) Cut them out, and peel off the paper back.
5.) Iron your pillow cover and then randomly place your hearts. When you have it just right, carefully press them onto the pillow cover.
If you look closely at the bottom corner of the Anthro pillow you will see that they stamped a little quote. I had no way of replicating that, so I used a piece of hand stamped ribbon on two of my hearts. I ironed them on with a piece of fusible tape.
So…what do you think? Clearly it’s not an exact copy. I loved the way the Anthro hearts were frayed around the edges. They were sewn on though before the pillow cover was assembled. My way was so much easier…and you have to admit you can’t beat the price. Until next time…