Floor Pillow Sound Check

About Jacqueline Presley

Owner/Author Creative Outpour. Member of Arkansas Women Bloggers & Northwest Arkansas Bloggers. Jacqueline lives in Fayetteville, AR with her husband Spencer & her 2 children Katie (7) & Jackson (5).

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  1. I can’t seem to get the video to work!! Is it really loud and noisy, or just kinda?

  2. This is so awesome! I have plenty of Walmart bags, old pillows I was about to throw out, and fabric! It’s definitely a win, win win. Thanks for sharing!

  3. OMG (goodness) LOL
    I loved the video and the tutorial!! Your daughter is so cute!!!

  4. Thanks for the video. Since our little guy is in that “I love noise & the louder the better stage” I think I will have to pass on the bags for now any how. I do have a big ole box of old clothes that aren’t worth handing to any one so think I will use those this time. If you have heavier clothing such as jeans etc it’s more comfortable to cut the jeans up in strips etc and cut the zippers out ! They can’t some times wear a hole through material and can also hurt if u land on it just right. Especially if your fabric isn’t a heavy fabric. Love the recycle !! P.S. What a beautiful little girl !

  5. I love your pattern and your precious little girl and your tutorial . Thank you for taking the time to share. I would never have thought of adding the sacks ! Great idea. I cut the plastic bags down one time and crocheted rugs from them so this is a good idea. I am going to use this for the great-grand babies and all of my pups! Thank you so very much!
    Hugs from a Grandmaw!

  6. Polly Appleton says:

    I never throw away old duvets, if they’re past their prime I make dog beds, or floor cushions out of them, same with old pillows, washed and dried in the drier to fluff up. You could store spare ones using this idea too… x

  7. I bet someone could also use stuffed animals that aren’t played with all the time. My daughter loves to lay in her animal bin and read… she’s 8. 😉

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