Vintage Paper Pillows from Jamaica Edgell

Vintage Paper Pillows from Jamaica Edgell

Lily Gahagan
May 7, 2009

When crafting blog Work Your Soul asked Jamaica Edgell to employ her vintage paper collection for a craft challenge, she was understandably reticent. After all, each unique piece of paper she has acquired only gets to be used once, right? Not so...

Edgell came up with a great solution by printing her favorite papers onto inkjet fabric, allowing her to use them unharmed for this pillow. The project turned out so well that she had more vintage paper fabric printed through Spoonflower and is selling the pillows in her Etsy shop. They're sold out at the moment, but we'll be checking back for updates. You can see more of Jamaica's work on her blog, and check out the rest of the vintage paper challenge entries at Work Your Soul.

(Images: Jamaica Edgell, link via Alie Edwards)

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