Saturday, July 2, 2011

~PB ain't got spots on this!~

hello peeps

well, how do you like my take on a french lumbar pillow PB style

i simply adore these really loooong pillows

not only do they look great, they are super comfortable

but the prices

~not so much~

so i decided to create my own super long lumbar pillow using an available insert

mostly i have to make my own lumbar inserts, they are hard to find, especially if you don't want feather

but this one I purchased at Joanns
a wonderfully long 16x28"

i transferred a fab french graphic on the front

"chateux d'angers"

and voila!

~some loooong french farmstylin' goodness~

linking up to Just Something I Whipped up at The Girl Creative
 Take-a-Look Tuesday at Sugar Bee Crafts
 The Inspiration Board at homework
White Wednesday at Faded Charm
Air Your Laundry Friday at Freckled Laundry



sissie said...

Very pretty. Potterybarn's got nothin on you girl! Love the image too. I still haven't mastered the image thing as of yet.


Custom Comforts said...

Beautiful pillow Tracey! How do you transfer a print to a pillow? I could make some of those to sell at the store, but haven't a clue how to do it. I've seen people use their printers, but I can't imagine my printer accepting fabric.

Carla said...

I love it! It's awesome and even better than PB because everyone in the US doesn't have it! Do you have one in your shop? If not, you should make another, I'll bet it would sell in a heartbeat! Then, when everyone in the US has yours, you make make another one and be different again!

Vintage Home said...

.......oh I want that tray!

Carolyn said...

I love it. What a great pillow. I would love for you to share this project at my link party.

carolyn | homework

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Oh yes! Love the look of this! Fabulous graphic!

High Street Cottage said...

You did a wonderful job on the pillow! I too feel as though many shops even some of the online places just charge way too much for a pillow. I've just begun learning to sew, I've done it in high school but well, that was a lifetime ago, so I'm picking it back up just to do a few affordable pillows, but most importantly in the patterns I want. Wonderful post! I'm off to check out your shop on etsy.

Shannon said...

I LOVE your pillow! I'm so impressed that you put on your own graphic. It looks fabulous - like you paid $70 for it!

chezjolly said...

Beautiful pillow! It would look lovely in a room with one of our neutral colored photograph's of Paris! This one below especially :)

white life© said...

Thanks for sharing all your beautiful inspirations and pictures. I’m your newest follower and look forward to your next ideas!

Have a nice day!

Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

I love, love, love your pillow! Soooo my style! Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog, I am going to have to check out the rest of yours for sure!


Heaven's Walk said...

Beautiful job!!!! I looks like something right out of the PB catalog! What transfer technique did you use? :)

xoxo laurie

Abby said...

So pretty! I love the image

Vintage Amethyst said...

What a lovely cushion, you did a wonderful job.

Amanda said...

The pillow looks wonderful, a great image. I love those long pillows, I got a huge one whilst pregnant, was so comfy to flump with!

freckled laundry said...

Everything you make is so lovely! Thank you for sharing with air your laundry Friday! xo Jami

saltbox treasures said...

Love your lumbar pillow!!!
~ Julie

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