My daughter is obsessed with drawing anime-type cats and Pokemon, and her drawings always bring a smile to my face. I love the idea of decorating with my kids’ art, and this project from Jen of A Thousand Words takes a new spin on the just-stick-it-on-the-fridge way of display. She created an amazing duvet cover using 120 of her son’s original Pokemon drawings. I love the look of it, and the meaning behind it makes it even more awesome. See how it all came together over on her blog.
Kids’ Drawing to Stamp
Stuffed Toy From a Child’s Drawing
Embroidered Kid Art Pillow by Vickie Howell
3 thoughts on “How-To: Custom Kids’ Art Duvet Cover”
This is so awesome! You could also use Spoonflower to print the fabric, if you didn’t want to hand-trace all the drawings.
This is such an amazing idea, I love it! Thanks for sharing this story. I love one of a kind things and there is so much thought that goes into something as simple as this, it really puts a smile on my face :)
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