You guessed it...the tree house. (Click to see it finished!)
My grandfather's WWII military blanket has been used through the years for many things, such as camping or to cover furniture while moving. It has its share of moth holes, so I decided to make a pillow out of it for the kids' tree house.
A seamstress I am not, but for this project, I don't think it matters if the lines are crooked! I took one of the squares and had it monogrammed.
I added a pillow insert from another pillow not in use, and I think it turned out just fine...perfectly imperfect! Especially, since it cost me only ten bucks for the monogram!
I have had these camp chairs for a while. I think I paid $4 each at a garage sale. The covers were durable, but I thought they needed a fresh look and the buffalo check is my new favorite!
A couple of dish towels from Homegoods...a pack for $2.99.
New seat covers! I cut the towels to length, and stapled them underneath and on top of the existing seat cover.
Back up the tree I go to put these in their new home!
Oh, to be a kid again!
Have a great weekend!
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