Black vinyl fabric (pleather or leatherette, for example)
Silver Rub 'n Buff or stencil paint
Paper plate or paint palette
Stencils (We used candlestick and cobweb patterns.)
Clean, soft cloth
Fiberfill or pillow form
Large, heavy hand-sewing needle
How to Make It
Cut two same-size squares from black vinyl fabric.
Squeeze a small dot of Rub 'n Buff on a paint palette (or paper plate) and swirl it with the stencil brush. Brush most of the paint on a paper towel so the brush is dry to the touch.
Tape a stencil to a fabric square with painter's tape.
Using a circular motion, paint the design onto the fabric with the stencil as a guide.
Let the paint dry for at least 48 hours.
Buff the dried design with a soft cloth.
Stitch the painted fabric square to a bare fabric square with their decorative sides facing (so stitches will be on the inside of the case). Leave a 4-inch opening for stuffing. Turn the cover right side out.
Place a folded pressing cloth over the vinyl, then steam-press the seams to flatten them. Be careful not to touch the vinyl; keep the pressing cloth between the hot iron and the vinyl fabric.
Stuff the cover with fiberfill or insert a pillow form; use the hand-sewing needle to slip-stitch the opening closed.
Blow-dry the pillow's seams holding a hair dryer 6-8 inches away from the fabric; drying will tighten and soften any vinyl that stretched during assembly.