Make DIY Emoji Pillows Without Sewing
Edited by Doug Collins, Eng, Inukshuk
I would like to thank Julia Nicole for the awesome video on how to make a DIY Emoji Pillow. I organized it into a wiki for anyone with a hearing impairment, or for those who just prefer to read the steps. Hope you enjoy it. :)
I would like to show you how to make some really awesome DIY Emoji pillows, because world Emoji day was July 17th so no better time to crack out your crafting skills and make some DIY Emoji pillows Because they are so adorable, it is not that they are so adorable, they are also cheap and really easy to make, because you don't have to sow anything which is perfect for someone like me, and if you guys loves Emoji as much as I do, then go ahead and give this video Humongous thumb up, also hit that subscribe bottom so we can party every week, and you can also phone me on Instagram. @Julianicolelive, and make sure to comment on my most recent Instagram pictures which look like this.
What your favorite Emoji is?
because I would love to know. My favorite Emoji is this one the embarrassed face.
I think that is my best.
My best impression of that guy, but I think he does it way better, he looks way cuter than I do.
So if you guys want to go ahead and see how to make these this thing, let's just go ahead and get into this video.
To start making these amazing Emoji colors you're going to need one yard of yellow felt, and I've got mine from Hobby lobby.
You're also going to need either two pens and seven inches of string to make your perfect circle, or you can totally just straights like a big ball, or whatever you have on hand.
Just make sure that you are doing a good circle.
Cut the circle marks using scissors.
So, it will be your Emoji front and back side of your pillow.
I had to continue this process to get three Emoji, so now I have six circles.
I will do the heart eye Emoji.
Maybe the second will be the winky eye Emoji.
I also really love the embarrassed face Emoji.
You need to grab your hot glue or fabric glue and do a thin line on the edges, then glue the two halves together.
Leave about three inches where you don't glue yet.
You need to flip the pillow inside out and leave room to shove some stuff inside once you got the face on.
Then I just grab a black felt that I've picked up for fifty cents from the Hobby Lobby.
I just cut out a smile to add as my Emoji's mouth.
I also printed out a heart that I have, because I thought it would be so much easier to trace it than just trying to free handed these hearts.
Then I did cut these hearts out.
If you really wants your hearts to pop a lot against you Emoji, you can outline it in black felts so that they really pop and stand out, so you would think that it's definitely a mask.
Then I will glue those all to my Emoji head and start to shoveling it full of stuffing, so that it gets really full, and look just like real Emoji head.
So with the open part that you needed to leave open to flip it inside out and then also to put the stuffing in.
you need to glue that together.
Just fold over the pieces, with a little bit of hot glue,
Just continue going little by little until it's completely closed.
When you're done it will look like you have a real life Emoji that you can actually hold, which is so neat.
With the Winky eyed face, I just free handed drew this out, and then cut it out with scissors and then glued it on.
I did the same thing with the embarrassed face.
Which is my favorite Emoji ever, I use this one so often whenever I am texting or doing anything on my phone.
He is my favorite.
Then, I glued all of those pieces down together.
This felt that I am using is really expensive, so no matter what you choose to do, I am sure that you can get a pretty great price.
I also stuffed all my Emoji full of stuffing.
Then, I've glued them up when I was done.
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