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  1. This is such a great tutorial! It’s so simple and so so cute!! I love your 4th of July decor! I have never been one to decorate for the holiday but I find myself being drawn to it and want to add all the cute patriotic things around the house!

  2. So cute! I love the old iron. I have one even older (without steam holes). Great job!! Nice handwriting on the chalkboard! Super cute, great instructions.

    1. Thank you Jersey! The iron isn’t actually old, it just looks old, and functions like new…not very well!

  3. Thanks so much for sharing your cute pillows and porch with us on Farm Fresh Tuesdays, Jennifer! I’m featuring your post next week on the blog hop…can’t wait to see what you share next time. 🙂

    1. Thank you Lisa! I think your weekly hops are so fun! I appreciate the work that must go in to organizing and executing something like that weekly!

  4. I love the pillows made from bandanas – you bet I pinned this post to my Sewing board! I actually love sewing and even the ironing part. It’s kind of my ‘zen’ if you will. So rewarding to create something from a bolt of fabric – mostly pillows, runners, and yes-banners!! Your porch overall is so happy and inviting! Visiting from The Painted Hinge.

    1. Thank you for stopping by and for pinning! I know others who like to iron, I just want to get everything done right now. I should slow down and try to enjoy the process!

  5. Hi there! Super cute idea. I’m stealing it to use for my son’s 2nd bday. His theme is “red, white and two” and its during Memorial Day weekend. I couldn’t resist. What size pillow did you use for the covers?

    1. Hi Ashley…good question, I don’t remember! I usually have 20″ pillows, so I would assume these were too. 18″ at the smallest.

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