Dreaming of a new look for your kids' beds, but can't find the bedding of your dreams? It seems kids' bedding often falls into three main categories: too sweet, licensed characters, or gorgeous-but-too-expensive. Sybille, from Funkytime, has the perfect solution: print and sew your own duvet cover.My first thought when I saw these — I'm not the best seamstress. But Sybille says sewing a duvet is one of the easiest things to do. She claims even her 11 year old son could do it. You can download her robot designs via her blog, or design your own with Photoshop. The only problem? When the sky is the limit, how do you choose what to design?
See more pictures and the full tutorial on Sybille's Blog, Funkytime. You can print your own duvet using Spoonflower here in the states — just make sure to choose the fabrics that have a printable area of 56" - 58". Sweet Dreams to your kidlets!
Mari Richards is a product designer, shiny object addict, writer, and professor. With 400+ designs and 30+ industry awards, she is a freelance designer and design blogger at SmallforBig.com. She is also a contributor at Houzz.com and LetsNeighbor.com.
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