This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
If you are following along for a long time, I identify my style as modern boho. You have seen my boho bedroom many times and the boho style is throughout- hanging lamps, tassels, muted rainbows and more. I needed more throw pillows though- because you can never have too many pillows despite what Nick may tell me. Instead of searching for boho pillows while shopping, I decided to use my Cricut Joy to make some boho pillows myself. I went with the classic moon phase to add to the overall boho bedroo theme I had going on.
Also, as you know I am working on Cole’s big boy bedroom and with his rattan daybed- I may also throw one of these in his boho bedroom as well.
For iron on designs, I use the Cricut Easy Heat Press-I love their handy site that tells you the time and degrees for any given material!
Also, I even use the Cricut Easy Heat Press to iron the pillowcase, so easy!
You may notice when I show me working on these Cricut projects I am often on the floor- with quarantine and Cole always home (with a sitter) I have to hide in my bedroom, so the photo does not get anymore real than this, lol. This is such a bonus to the petit size of the Cricut Joy.
Remove background vinyl once cut and. match up moons to your pillow:
Cole is my partner in crime in photoshoots sometimes, he caught me taking pictures and joined me with his wooden camera. But the background has some great ideas for any boho bedroom design- hanging lamp, rattan nightstand, tassel banner, planter and I like to hang ceramic bells on my gallery walls. (ignore the iphone cords, it was an impromptu photo)
Some other ideas for a boho bedroom are Moroccan style rugs- I have three layered rugs here.
The little corner in my bedroom may be boho on steroids- hanging chair, tassel, pampas grass, Moroccan pouf, Moroccan rug, hanging rainbow and now the moon phase pillows. It may seem boho over board, but it really comes together nicely as a whole boho bedroom.