I decided my kitchen could use a little Christmas-fying.
Since I am running out of time it had to be a quick little project. I gathered a few of my favorite supplies--flocked heat transfer vinyl and trim. Lots and lots of trim.
Add those two things to a super inexpensive flour sack towel, and you my friend have just about the cutest kitchen towel ever.
The flour sack towels are under $2 for a set of two. I purchased my favorite trims in a bright and jolly red. I used my red flocked heat transfer (which I buy from Expressions Vinyl). I downloaded the Santa and Reindeer image from Silhouette and then cut it out.
First I took out the flour sack towels and I ironed them out flat. Then I ironed them in half lengthwise and then in half again.
First I laid out the trim how I liked. I made sure to cut extra on each side in order to fold it over the front flap of the towel.
Once I sewed everything in place it was time to adhere the vinyl.
Now here is the disclaimer, these towels are not really for using. These are just for looking. Hence the stripey towel hanging with the pretty towels. That is the hand wiping towel.
I have threatened my boys with sloppy kisses and hugging them in public if they touch those towels with their cute grubby little mitts.
They have totally kept these towels pristine, and it has already been FOUR WHOLE DAYS. Woot! Woot! Pshaw only 16 more days. Totally doable.
Good job, Little Men. Thanks for indulging your mom. I love ya.
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