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Flips, Flips

Photo by: Alison Gootee

Alison Gootee

Materials Needed

  • pillow covers

Step 1

Scan vintage stamps at a high resolution. Upload the images to a site that makes custom fabric and follow the site’s instructions to create your own fabric.

Step 2

Using the printed fabric and canvas in a solid color for the back, sew pillow covers, and fill with batting or an insert. Or a seamstress can make them for you.

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