Do you enjoy DIY decor? I do, and I have a Winnie the Pooh plastic canvas pattern for you to make some wall art for your children’s rooms!
My grandma taught me how to stitch plastic canvas at a very early age. It’s very therapeutic and relaxes me. I love sewing, but found a huge lack in the cute pattern department, so…my solution…create my own patterns! These patterns were all created by me and stitched with love. With over 2 decades of experience in plastic canvas stitching, I hope you will love them as much as I did making them!
You’ll need some plastic canvas and yarn to make these, but once you get the hang of it you’ll be ready to go. I love this brand of plastic here and the sizing works perfectly.
Upon completion, they are approx. 20″ tall, give or take a few inches depending on the design.
Winnie the Pooh Plastic Canvas Wall Hanging Pattern: DIY Children’s Room Decor
Click here to access pattern, then print. Enjoy!
Creative Ways To Use This Plastic Canvas Wall Art:
So now that you have this beautiful pattern made, what exactly do you do with it?? Take a look at these different ideas to use your Winnie the Pooh wall hanging. 🙂
Winnie the Pooh really just reminds me of my childhood and has such a sweet sentiment with it. This makes it SO perfect as nursery decor! It’s so classic and cute, that it would be great for boys or girls, and you can even add in the other characters from the children’s story to make it all come together.
Fun Hobby To Teach Your Kids
Just like how my Grandma taught me to stitch plastic canvas, this would be something so fun to teach and do with your kids. Not only are you teaching them a valuable skill, but the memories you’ll make together and quality time spent will be well worth it in itself.
Give As Gifts
These would make great gifts for your kids, birthday parties, baby showers, and any occasion you want! This will be easy on your budget too but you’ll still have a sweet and thoughtful gift to give. 🙂
I hope you enjoy this really cute Winnie the Pooh pattern!
Published at Fri, 16 Oct 2020 12:00:02 +0000