Friday, June 4, 2010

Pink Saturday...

Happy Pink Saturday...


well I have alot of vintage pillowcases with no mates, of course all with pinks in them, and I was wanting to fluff up my patio...


here is the little couch with the outdated pillows, they are still in good shape and well there free...


so I put the pillowcase on them...


and just folded it over...ta da...no sew...


I think it looks so much better...that I kept going...


a pretty one here...


and here...so easy, and I will be able to wash them.  Hope you have a wonderful weekend.  Make sure you go by Beverlys and see all the Pink Saturday participents!!

33 comments:

  1. Hi Stefanie :) What a terrific way to use those pretty cases. They add a nice touch of romance to your chairs!

    Happy Pink Saturday, warmest always, Brenda

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  2. I love your vintage pillow cases. They look so nice on your couch and chair...we shouldn't keep our pretties in a drawer where they are not seen.. you are so right to enjoy and use them..

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  3. Those in your garden chairs looks perfect!

    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs
    Charo

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  4. I love vintage pillowcases. I used to find them all the time at the Goodwill, now I can never find them. Mine are getting pretty shabby too, because I use them! Happy Pink to you.

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  5. Love vintage pillowcsaes...no sew is the best.
    Your header and blog look so great! Missed all of your eye candy...while I was on my bloggie break.

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  6. Happy Pink Saturday Stefanie.
    I love those!
    Lovely post.

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  7. Hi Stefanie, Those are gorgeous pillow cases! You have repurposed them perfectly! Love it!
    Bella

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  8. Aloha Stefanie,
    I dropped in via Karyn at French charming, missing her lots :(
    I truly enjoed your post and you have inspired me to use my husbands Grandmother's vintage hand embrodered pillow cases that I acquired from my In laws after their passing, I think I will use some creativity with them thanks to your inspired post
    Mahalo
    Aloha wishes
    Brandi

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  9. Very pretty vintage pillow cases Stefanie! I love how you used the for accent pillows outdoors.
    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  10. A very pretty way to change things up. Your gardens look lovely. Happy belated birthday wishes to your oldest son and graduation wishes to no. 2. Why is that one person who doesn't believe is given more rights than all those who do? I just don't understand that way of thinking at all! Hope you are having a great weekend. Tammy

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  11. So fresh and beautiful looking! Just perfect!

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  12. Perfect!! Another I should have had a V8 moment!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  13. Happy Pink Saturday!

    Lovely gardens!


    ~ Gabriela ~

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  14. Stephanie,

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those pillowcases!

    Happy Pink Saturday,

    Cath

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  15. Love this idea! I have 2 that I may do the same thing with!

    Happy PS!
    Leann

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  16. Love the vintage pillowcases! I collect them too!
    Happy PS!

    Debbie

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  17. Love it, looks so shabby and that is a GOOD thing. I have done that too but I have also bought bedspreads at my thrift store (Pink of course) and made slip covers for my pillows and cushions. Great job.

    Ginger

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  18. Who can resist pretty embroidered pillowcases....not me, that's for sure. I love yours and I'm glad that you are putting them to good use. They look very pretty on your outdoor furniture.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  19. Oh, those are so pretty, Stefanie! I love those sweet pillowcases. Happy Pink Saturday~

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  20. hi stephanie,

    i always love a good no-sew project! your pillowcases are so sweet!!!

    happy weekend

    xo
    elyse

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  21. What a super idea! What could be better than no sew, toss and wash . . . and absolutely darling too!!
    Thanks for the clever idea!!
    Hugs and Smiles,
    Lynn

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  22. Lovely Lovely Lovely pillow cases Stefanie!

    LuLu♥

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  23. What a wonderful way to use all the pillowcase. So very pretty!

    Happy PS!

    Maggie@
    Do These shoes match this purse?

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  24. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Love the pillows. I saw something similar (but of course a new reproduction) in an Anthropologie catalog years ago, but of course they were a small fortune, but I've wanted some ever since.
    Debbie

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  25. Oh, I LOVE that idea! The pillowcases add such a wonderful touch. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Beautiful vintage pillowcases!They are my weakness, along with vintage aprons, vintage cookbooks, vintage magazines,vintage sheets,etc...;)

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  27. I'm not involved in Pink Saturday, but I had to tell you how beautiful your pillow cases were. I love the photos. Thank you for sharing.
    Susan
    http://simplepleasuressimpletreasures.blogspot.com/

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  28. What great cases! And how cute to use them outside!
    Hope you had a great weekend!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  29. Happy belated Pink Saturday (I'm sorry, didn't have time enough to visit everybody in one day!)

    Have a nice week ! Love Es XX

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  30. I'm still working my way through PS posts. I'm glad I found yours. It is terrific!

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  31. What a great idea, Stefanie! Just flop the end over! ♥

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  32. What a super idea for a no-sew klutz like me! I can do that! Very sweet and pretty!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  33. Thank you so much for the prayers and sweet comment. I have to tell you, you are BRILLIANT with the pillowcases : ) I have been wanting to make pillows out of some old cases for so long, but don't sew very much. This is perfect!
    Kathy

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