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DIY No Sew Christmas Tree Pillow

In this post: No Sew Christmas Tree Pillow. Quick and easy tutorial that includes 3 templates for making the trees. Make this Christmas craft in under an hour!

diy no sew christmas tree pillow with text

Well…here we are. The Christmas season is upon us. I hope your planning and prep is going smoothly. I also hope you have been able to enjoy the process. I think sometimes we get so caught up in “getting ready” that we end up missing out on all the fun! If you have time for a quick and easy craft, I have just the thing. Up today is a DIY No Sew Christmas Tree Pillow Cover. 

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DIY No Sew Christmas Tree Pillow Supplies Needed

supplies for diy no sew christmas tree pillow

  1. Print the templates. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD.
  2. Cut out the trees.
  3. Iron a piece of fusible web to the back of your pieces of fabric (including what you are using for the tree stumps.) Let cool.
  4. Trace the trees on the fusible web backing and cut out.
  5. Remove the paper backing from the trees.
  6. At your ironing board, press your pillow cover. Place your trees and stumps where you want them.
  7. Carefully iron the trees and stumps to the pillow cover. 

diy no sew christmas tree pillow cover flat

I used fabric in muted shades of green with a little burlap thrown in. This, of course, is a personal choice so use whatever fabrics you like or have on hand. A small pack of fat quarters would be perfect for this project. They can be found at all craft and fabric stores.

diy no sew christmas tree pillow on sofa close up

diy no sew christmas tree pillow close up of trees

I know these are technically Christmas trees, but I think you could leave this pillow out during January. It has a winter feel to it. If you want to see the other pillow tutorials I have shared, just click the link below. 

Pillow Tutorials

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