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My mom and I have always been close, and I consider her one of my best friends. She taught me my 3 most used skills: how to cook use the microwave, how to sew, and (most importantly) how to thrift.

When I was young, I'd crawl into bed with her on Saturday mornings (check out that unflattering photo below). We'd talk about life, laugh about silly things, and decide what we wanted to do that day. She'd sympathize when I cried, offer advice when I asked, and smile when I told her about something I'd accomplished in school... like gluing macaroni to a paper plate.

This tradition has carried into adulthood, and when visiting my parents I still crawl in with her like old times.

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*If you don't know how to sew, it's ok! Just buy a pillowcase and use that instead*

1. Print your desired image(s) onto Iron-On papers (be sure to mirror the image before printing).
2. Cut fabric.
3. Iron image(s) on.
4. Sew pillowcase (this is a good tutorial if you need help).
5. Take a nap.

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(That's Kiwi, you can get something similar at your local SPCA)