Monogrammed Holiday Pillow Wraps + FREE ALPHABET!

CME11117 221x300 Monogrammed Holiday Pillow Wraps + FREE ALPHABET!Every year, my favorite CME issue is a toss-up between the Halloween issue and the Christmas holiday issue. There are many things to love in both issues, this year – and I have a ton of favorites from both issues!

The Wreath Wrap Pillows by Sue O’Very top my list. The project includes instructions to create a festive pillow wrap and include a download for a full monogram alphabet (!). Instructions are also included to make your own pillow insert but what I love most about this project is that you could use the wrap (and adjust the dimensions if needed) to update your favorite pillows for the holidays, then remove the wrap after: no new holiday pillows needed!

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Change up the colors to suit your existing home decor and/or your favorite holiday color scheme – silver and blues, all metallics, neutral on neutral, lime green and flamingo pink – the options are endless! You can also change up the fabrics: use metallics or satins for a formal feel; velvet for a cozy, upscale look; or try it on leather for a timeless, rustic vibe.

Grab the pattern and monogram alphabet here until December 31. 

Don’t miss out! Find more great projects and ideas in our newest issue, available on newsstands and at today!


CME11117 5 221x300 Monogrammed Holiday Pillow Wraps + FREE ALPHABET!

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One Response to Monogrammed Holiday Pillow Wraps + FREE ALPHABET!

  1. T Heeter says:

    Where are the pattern and instructions for the holiday pillow wraps? All I received in the download were the alphabet designs.

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