This is the first time participating in Saturday Nite Specials hosted by Donna of Funky Junk Interiors. This is a fun party to be at for the weekend!
This is a giant 32oz bag of fiberfil, from JoAnn’s, that I keep on hand so I can sew up some pillows and stuff them whenever time lets me. I don’t store it in this frantic mess. It is the scene I came home to.
My 13 year old little dog is named Lassie. She is not a collie; if she was, she wouldn’t be named Lassie, because our family is quirky that way.
Lassie loves her rawhide bones, (and granola bars) and works very hard to find the best hiding places. They are found in the dirty clothes hamper, the clean clothes folded on the bed, under our bed pillow, under the couch cushion, and now this! I thought about leaving it in the fluff as a prize, like the King Cake at Mardi Gras time: whoever gets the baby in their piece of cake wins. Over on my bed, Lassie kept her eye on me from her comfy spot on the burlap coffee bean bag. I went to Daz Bog’s coffee for a bold, eye-spinning French roast java and saw all these giant burlap bags.They were on the shelves as back drops for displays. Even before the caffeine hit my brain, I was falling in love with the bags that have all different colors in their designs. I’m picturing pillows and shopping totes, without having to apply the design by paint, stencil or iron-on.
These make some seriously gigantic floor or accent pillows. The next ones will be cut into thirds and halves.
Do you have any coffee roasters in your area? If you do, you may want to check out their bags for no cost yet totally in-style burlap.