Make a monster face pillow using items from Goodwill San Antonio. This is a sponsored post.

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

I managed to squeeze in one last creepy Halloween project before the 31st! I have a ton of ideas but I’m running out of time to make all the things I’ve dreamed up. Hopefully, you all won’t mind a few creepy projects popping up on my site over the holidays!

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

This project is very quick and inexpensive to make because I got the supplies at Goodwill San Antonio. Run to your local store to grab a mask while they still have them, then head to the clothing racks to find a stretchy shirt. Look for an athletic type top that is a light fabric with a lot of stretch. This will make the monster face pillow look extra creepy, since the mask won’t be hiding under bulky fabric.

Supplies Used to make a Monster Face Pillow:

  • Skeleton or monster mask that is plastic
  • Shirt with stretchy fabric
  • Pillow fillĀ or foam for pillows

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

Flip the shirt inside out, and sew a straight line from one side of the shirt to the other, under the arms.

Flip the shirt inside out. Fill the pillowcase with foam. I am using an exterior foam called Nufoam by Fairfield World so I can put my monster face pillow outside on our porch bench. Pack the pillowcase so that it is overly full.

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

Place the mask inside the case, on top of the foam. If the face still isn’t clear to see, add more foam or filler behind it.

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

Sew the open end of the pillow shut, leaving a bit of the hem exposed. Fold the stitched line over so that the shirt’s hem is on the front of the pillow, and hand stitch that in place to make a decorative edge for the pillow.

Make a monster face pillow in under an hour using inexpensive thrift store finds from Goodwill San Antonio. This creepy decor is fun to make.

Place the pillow wherever you like and wait for people to notice the creepy face in the pillow. Boo! For more Halloween decorating fun, see this post.

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