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DIY Adventure Time Finn the Human Pillow, Part 2 with photos


Hey guys, after being really sick for a week, I am now recovered and feel a lot better, and I’m back with a continuation DIY!

You can go read my original DIY Adventure Time Finn the Human Pillow by clicking the link.

That’s actually one of my most popular posts. And in that post I explained step by step how I made my giant Finn the Human pillow, and since I had previously made that pillow a year before I had even made this blog, there wasn’t any step by step photos to go along with it and show you the process. All I had to show was the final product.

But today I’ll be giving you some photos to help guide you if you plan on trying to make one yourself.

If you don’t want to make one yourself, I am making a few of these miniature versions and selling them on Poshmark for $28 each. You can download the Poshmark app in the app store, it’s free! But the app is currently only available in the US for iPhone and iPads. Sorry android. But you can also shop my closet directly online HERE. These pillows are made to order so if you’d like to buy one just let me know(:

So I’ll be doing a very very brief overview of my original post on how I made this pillow and put some photos to help. To read more detailed versions of what I did, be sure to check out the first link in this post(:

Obviously you need all of your materials, which are:

1. Fabric of your choice in colors white and beige.

2. Crafting felt in colors black, white, and red.

3. Sewing needle and thread in colors white, black and red.

4. Fluff to stuff your pillow.

5. A pen

6. Sharp scissors.

7. Sewing pins (optional)

Cut out the shape of his head with the white fabric, the shape of his face with the beige fabric, and cut out his eyes, mouth, and teeth with the felt sheets.


The white fabric is inside out by the way. The nice side of the fabric is on the inside.


I pinned the eyes, mouth and teeth on his face to make sure it looked proportionate.

For this pillow I just went ahead and sewed the teeth on the mouth, the mouth on the face, and the eyes on the face using the appropriate colored sewing thread.


Then I just laid out the face on the right side of the white fabric to make sure it looks good, then sewed the face on using white thread.


White fabric is right side out.


Stitching the face on the head.


After the face has been sewed on.

After sewing the whole face on the top white fabric, I turned the white pieces over again so it’s inside out. The face you just sewed on will be on the inside, and both quilted sides of the fabric will be on the inside.


Then you take your white thread and sew the two pieces together, only sewing 3 of 4 sides. It should look like this:


Now just turn it right side out, stuff it with your fluff, and sew up the one open side!



And there you have it! A cute Finn the Human pillow(:

Hopefully these photos will aid you in helping you make your own Finn the Human pillow!

Make sure you go check out my original post on how I made this pillow HERE, and check out my closet on Poshmark!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day everyone!


DIY Halloween Holiday Pillows


Hey guys! October is right around the corner and that means autumn air and festive feels and of course, Halloween! And these pillows are just the perfect way to add a festive spirit to your home. I’ve made three different Halloween themed pillows and today I’ll be showing you how I made them and how you can make them yourselves(:

And if you don’t feel like you can make them yourselves, I am selling some through paypal. So if you would like one, leave me a comment and let me know(:

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Things you will need:

1. Fabric of your choice

2. Fiber stuffing

3. Sewing needle and thread

4. Tape measure

5. Scissors

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I got my fabric and stuffing from my local fabric store and the rest of the supplies I already had at home.

So I started off with laying out the fabric on my floor. If it’s not already folded in half, which it should be when bought from the fabric store, then just fold it in half and lay it out. Then I took my tape measure and measured out about 18 1/4 inch for both height and width and cut that out, so it’s a big square. You should have two of them.

Next, I flipped the two pieces over and put them back together so that it’s inside out. The nice looking sides of the fabric should be on the inside and the faded ugly sides on the outside.

I forgot to take a photo before I started sewing, so here’s one with just a little bit of sewing on it.


Then you stitch together the two pieces of fabric, only completing 3 of the 4 sides.


Once the three sides are sewn together, turn the fabric back right side out. The seam should look nice and you shouldn’t be able to see the stitching at all.


This is where you’d start stuffing the pillow with your fluff(: You can add more or use less depending on whether or not you want a firm or soft throw pillow.

Once you’ve stuffed it to your liking, just sew up the remaining side using a slip stitch or whatever stitching you prefer and voila! You have yourself a cute and awesome Halloween throw pillow!


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Hope you enjoyed this quick little DIY craft!

Have a great day everyone!(:

DIY Adventure Time Finn the Human Pillow


In October 2012, I decided to make myself a giant Finn the Human pillow(: I’ve gotten a lot of questions on how I made it, so I’m gonna try to explain it the best I can.

I wanted my pillow to be very large, so I had to buy a bigger yardage of fabric. Depending on the size you want your pillow to be, the yardage of fabric will vary.

If you have a sewing machine, it’ll make it much easier for you. But if you’re a crazy awesome hand sewer like me, you can totally do this and hand sew it yourself.

Things you’ll need:

1. Fabric of your choice in colors white and beige. (Used for his hat and face)

2. Crafting felt in colors black, white, and red. (Used for the eyes, mouth and teeth)

3. Sewing needle and thread in colors white, beige, black, and red.

4. Fluff to stuff your pillow with.

5. A pen

6. Sharp scissors

7. Sewing pins (optional)

I got my fabric, felt and stuffing from my nearest Joann Fabric and Craft store. I decided to go with a super plush, quilted white fabric for his hat and I got about two yards (six feet) of it. Next, I found a plain, almost like a thin velvet kind of fabric in a light beige color for his face. It’s only a tad bit darker than the white I chose for his hat, but you wanna make sure there’s enough contrast to tell the difference between fabrics. I ended up getting 3/4 of a yard of the beige color. Then I went and got three sheets of felt in the appropriate colors and I think they were under $1 each. For the polyester stuffing, I just bought whatever the cheapest one was. I don’t remember exactly what brand it was, but it was on sale for $5. So I bought it. And I only got one pack because I figured it would be enough.

The sewing supplies I already had at home from all the other sewing projects I’ve done. Everything I bought at the store was on sale, and I ended up spending about $17 all together to make this pillow.

First, I laid out the white fabric, with the quilted side down, and drew out the shape of his head using a pen. I tried to make it as even as possible, especially the ears. I took up as much space as the fabric would allow. Then I cut out the shape, and retraced it onto the remainder of the fabric to make the other side of the pillow. After, you should have two separate identical fabric shapes in the white fabric.

Tip: When cutting fabric, it’s always best to cut out a bigger shape than needed. If it’s too big for your liking you can always cut away more. You can never put more fabric back in.

Next, I laid out the beige color for his face and drew out a simple oval big enough to cover the middle of the white fabric. Sewing pins could come in handy here if you wanted to pin down where the face will begin and where it will end on the white fabric, but I decided not to use mine. After I cut out the oval, I laid it on top of the white fabric to see if the size of his face looked right and was symmetrical. If it’s too big, just trim it down so that it looks more proportionate. You only need one of these shapes.

Tip: Make sure all lines and edges of fabric are smooth and clean before sewing them together.

Now, you can sew on the beige fabric ON TOP of the white fabric. I’ve been sewing since I was little, so I just eyeballed where it needed to go and sewed it on without any real guidance. But if you’re not an avid sewer or don’t have a sewing machine, pins will be your best friend in the hand sewing process. Make sure you are using the same color thread as the color of the fabric. Beige colored fabric = beige colored thread. I began sewing the face and front hat piece together about two centimeters in to the beige color.

My next step was pretty simple. I just drew out the black oval eyes, the red mouth, and the white teeth. It’s best to use photo references of the look you wish to recreate. After cutting them out, I put them over the beige face to see how it all fit together. Trim down whatever needs trimming and make sure all lines run smoothly together, i.e. the teeth lining up with the top of the mouth correctly. After placing everything accordingly on to the face, I sewed all the features on.

Tip: The size of the fabric laid out will not be the same size as the finished product. It will be a little smaller because you have to take into account the inch on each side that you will be sewing in to put them together.

Now you should have one plain white fabric piece in the shape of Finn’s head, and one front fabric piece in the same shape but with his face, eyes, mouth, and teeth all sewed on.

And it’s time to sew together the last piece. For this, I actually sewed it inside out. So I laid the first fabric piece FACE UP and the second fabric piece right on top of it but FACE DOWN. So the quilted sides of the fabric were facing each other. And because this fabric is thick, I started sewing it in at one and a half inch, and continued all the way around. By sewing the two pieces together inside out, it gives you the perfect seam once you turn it right side out again. I left one side of the fabric open so that I could fill it with fluff!

When it’s turned right side out with one side open, it should look like a normal pillowcase… but with ears(: Then you can open your pack of fluff and stuff your pillow to your liking. I wanted mine to be super plush so I didn’t over stuff it. Looking at the stuffing I got and how big the pillow was, I was sure I was going to need another pack, but I was wrong. I still had half the bag left over!

And lastly, once your pillow is stuffed, just sew together the remaining section.

I LOVE how my pillow turned out and so did a lot of people. Apparently it looks like something that could be sold in stores. Lol. But you can definitely make it from scratch and still have it look great.

Hopefully this didn’t sound like a bunch of mumbo jumbo to you and you’re able to make your own awesome Finn the Human pillow!

Happy Crafting!(: