Drop Cloth – The other Fabric of Choice!

It has great strength, great texture, great price in fact I have only great opinions of well, you guessed it a painters drop cloth! You can buy them at dollar stores, Wal*Mart, hardware stores…just about anywhere. Throw them in the washing machine, bleach them if you like, dry them with a little bounce and you’ve great a sweet smelling, soft, perfect large piece of fabric. My mind is so full of ideas for the magical drop cloth, but here’s my first project:
painted drop cloth pillows

Washed and ready!

painted drop cloth pillows

Use a stencil, painters tape and pencil to create your art.

painted drop cloth pillows

painted drop cloth pillows

Choose a paint to match your decor.

painted drop cloth pillows

Any word is good!

painted drop cloth pillows

Some words are better!

painted drop cloth pillows

If you run out of words, just tape up some meaningless stripes!

painted drop cloth pillows

Place them in a desired location.  They’re going to love it here! :)

painted drop cloth pillows

Or they might love it better over here!


I’ll be over at Blue Cricket Design!

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Comments

  1. 1
    Beth says:

    Love the pillows ….. what a great idea ..

  2. 2
    Lois Amos says:

    Love all of it you are getting better all time, I have to find me some drop cloth and try that.( Just Love It!

  3. 3
    Natalie says:

    I am dying to get some drop cloth and try this! I don’t know what I’ve been waiting for! Love your pillows! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! Hope you get to come visit again soon!

  4. 4

    I love this project! I have just discovered the magic of drop cloths. I have a few projects on the go with this magic material. Glad to be inspired by yours…gives me new ideas.
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  5. 5
    aubrey says:

    War Eagle! What a fabulous idea!

  6. 6
    Suz says:

    Debbie – I LOVE your pillows!! Drop cloth is AWESOME!! Come visit my blog and see what I’ve done with it! Curtains and a table runner!! I painted it, too!! I LOVE DC!!

    Hugs ~~ Suz
    http://www.inspiringcreativeness.blogspot.com

    • 6.1
      Debbie says:

      Suz,
      I love your table runner, I would need a “W” on mine also!! And curtains too! I’ll be checking back to see what else you create! Thanks for stopping by!
      Debbie

  7. 7

    Thank you SO MUCH for linking up to WHASSUP WEDNESDAY!!! Great entry:)
    The pillows ROCK!
    Hope to see you next Wednesday!

    xoxokara

  8. 8
    Kelli Wright says:

    WAR EAGLE! Those are cute!

  9. 9
    Vanessa says:

    Debbie these are just fantastic! I gotta tell you that as I scrolled through the links at the party your thumbnail just popped off the page! No surprise as your photos are always so gorgeous as are the subject matter. :-) I love the colors and how bright and cheerful everything is. Thanks so much for sharing them at the Block Party!
    Vanessa

  10. 10

    I love drop cloth pillows, and shared some I made. Yours are totally cool with the bright paint! That is a great little sitting area. Thanks for sharing.

  11. 11
    Judy says:

    Those came out awesome. Gotta love drop cloths. I am your latest follower.

  12. 12

    Love this idea. It caught my eye with the Auburn pillow. (My husband got his MBA from Auburn.) I think I will have to make a Georgia pillow instead for me for UGA! Anyway this is so creative just love it!

  13. 13
    Pam says:

    Very cute! I love making pillows and love how you used the stencils on these. Nice work!

    Pam

  14. 14
    debbie says:

    I love these pillows Debbie. I have to pin these babies!
    debbie recently posted..Copy cat challenge with a twist in the making!

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