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You’ve made the switch to sleeping on a silk pillowcase. I can promise you that you’ll have no regrets as you start to notice your hydrated skin， smoother hair and a better night’s sleep. Howeverpersonalized wedding party gifts， you need to care for your silk pillowcase so that they can continue to care for you. Our range of Shhh Silk pillowcases are designed using high grade 6A pure silk fabric. This means that you can wash them in the washing machine instead of breaking the bank at the dry cleaners. It’s easy to maintain the quality of your silk pillowcase， just follow these simple steps：personalised gifts
If you have tough stains on your silk pillowcase， pre-soak it in a Wash Tub Basin before putting it in the washing machine.
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Enjoy your beauty sleeps babes - Brit x
Ladies, I am about to start a deluge of pillow DIYs for you, I hope you don’t mind. They’re all quite bright as they’re themed for amystery-event-to-be-revealed-later (I can’t wait to tell you about it!). First up is a pouf pillow, a little tuffet of sorts. While I used some crazy sequin trim on clearance at Wal Mart, you may want something more subtle, perhaps Pom Pom Fringe, beaded ribbon, or piping. This DIY pillow was great because I had to use actual geometry (remember that the circumference of a circle = 2r X pi?)…
One thing I have learned about wedding planning is that when brilliant ideas?strike, you just have to run with them.?Even though our wedding is still?6 months away, yesterday I was inspired to begin my thank you notes. We received our first gift a week ago and that got me thinking about this task on my to do list. I knew I did not want to buy them but really had not seen pictures of anything that I might want to do. Usually my projects are inspired by a picture that I saw of what someone else did. I very rarely think of something completely original off the top of my head. Although this is not based on a picture, my favorite store can definitely be given the assist on this one.
Here’s a pillow made by Linda Teufel (Dragon Threads Publishing) from the book Silk Unraveled by Lorna Moffat/Dragon Threads Ltd. It’s a great project for using up silk scraps or small pieces. A beginner level project, you can’t really make a mistake due to the freeform nature of the embellishments.?