23 Comments

  1. Oh, so you put the bag inside! Thought there goes only the beans! Great DIY!

    1. Yes I put the bags inside too. Ain’t nobody have time to remove the bag ????

  2. Esther Books says:

    Thanks for sharing your secret. It’s nice to know I’m not the only one using pots for odd things.

    1. Please do tell what odd things you use pots for πŸ˜‰

  3. pasta pot, that is hilarious! i did read that you can use plastic bags…maybe this is what they meant. i just thought you would be putting the actual bags in to create the poof, although how can that be. it looks like new!
    b

    1. Oh I’ve never read about the plastic bags anywhere I even checked on Pinterest first.

  4. You are so clever. I love how the kitties always seem to get involved too, and your new one is darling.

    1. they are always involved in everything πŸ˜‰

  5. The bag is a great idea because besides being pesky those silly beans are also staticky and stick to everything. Your right ain’t nobody got time for that!

    1. They sure are pesky little things

  6. Love these DIY’s! I must say I share your hatred of styrofoam balls, and really dig your revelation πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks so much. Styrofoam haters unite πŸ˜‰

  7. Sheryll $ Critters. says:

    I never have any extra money, so I use the plastic shopping bags that end up with holes to stuff throw pillows. I used to use torn panty hose back in the day when I dressed for work. Just cut them up.

  8. Rachael @ This is our Bliss says:

    This is great! I totally need to do this for a pouf in my son’s room. It has been looking SO SAD lately ha! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hope it helps get the job done

  9. BrigittaV says:

    Thank you for this post. I have this exact same problem with my favorite pouf. I could try buying a new pouf, but I know I’ll never find one I like as much as the one I have now. I’ve been wracking my brain trying to figure out a cost effective way to revive it. Your writeup is perfect!

    1. Oh, I’m so glad I could help!

  10. I did this today, and it was such an easy project! I happened to open up the pouf at the exact space where the pouf was factory filled with the beans, so I had a nifty little sleeve to stuff the bags into. I used shredded foam and compostable bags, and it filled up very nicely. Thanks for such great instructions!

    1. Oh I’m glad it worked out so well for you! Thanks for the sweet comment.

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