Christmas Pillow Pottery Barn Hack



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Christmas Pillow

Have you ever been to Pottery Barn, spotted an item that you just have to have, only to find that it is about triple the cost of what you’d be willing to pay? Me too!! When my mother-in-law and I were shopping at Pottery Barn recently, we spotted a gorgeous jingle bell Christmas pillow. I mean, it was perfect! However, neither one of us could muster up the courage to throw down the cash and take the pillow home with us (especially during Christmas when there are a ba-jillion other things to buy). So instead, we created a Pottery Barn hack and made our own jingle bell Christmas pillow!

#DIY Jingle Bell Pillow (Pottery Barn hack)

To make your own Pottery Barn inspired jingle bell pillow, simply find a pillow cover that fits the size of a pillow that you already own (smart!). Then, find some jingle bells that you most likely already have in your collection of Christmas supplies. Simply sew the jingle bells on to the pillow’s slipcover.

#DIY Jingle Bell Pillow (Pottery Barn hack)

BOOM! There you have it- a Pottery Barn Christmas pillow hack!

#DIY Jingle Bell Pillow (Pottery Barn hack)

Now the living room has all the elegance and style of Pottery Barn for about 75% off!
Will you be entertaining family and friends this holiday season? Simple life hacks make decorating so much more affordable (again, smart!)

Feel free to pin any of these images and share how easy it is to create a designer look. Happy Holidays!

#DIY Jingle Bell Pillow (Pottery Barn hack)

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Kelly Dixon

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  1. So cute! Perfect timing too because I almost bought Christmas pillows this morning. I think you just saved me some money. 🙂