Since the last time we met I have completed two projects, a dining room chair and a cushion for my cedar bench. Today I am going to share a little about the no-sew cushion. I needed the following items to complete this project.
- 2″ Foam
- Staple Gun
- Adhesive Glue
- Kitchen Knife
First, I went to my local hardware store and had a thin piece of wood cut to the size of the base of the bench. I went to buy foam at my local craft store only to find that it was $49.99 a yard. And you know I did NOT buy that! I had some 2″ foam at home that was a little short in length, so I purchased some adhesive spray to connect the two pieces.
Once I got home with my supplies, I cut the foam to the size of the board using my kitchen knife. I used the adhesive glue to attach the foam to the wood. I cut a piece of fabric and batting to size and laid the board and foam on top of it. Then I attached the foam and batting to the wood board with the staple gun. The fabric was attached using a gift wrap method.
Ta-Da!! A No Sew Cushion
The finish cushion. Please note I am still working on the bench.
If you are a visual learner, check out this video that documents the process.
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