Spruce up your kitchen with your very own kitchen towels! I’m so excited to share the easy how-to with you today, along with the “seasoned with love” kitchen towel design file, as part of a sponsored campaign with Cricut. I spy a sneak peek at the newly remodeled kitchen (more on that soon) and some cute kitchen towels! In case you don’t know me in real life, or couldn’t guess by looking at our kitchen, I may have a little obsession with black & white. It then probably comes as now surprise that I also love cute black & white kitchen towels. Although I have found some in stores, it’s not as many as I’d like. So, I decided to try making a few of my own – and I may be obsessed with making these now! Fun, right?! Some of the designs were already available right in Cricut Design Space! So, it didn’t take long to make this project at all – in fact, I see a lot of cute, DIY kitchen towels in my future!
DIY Kitchen Towels Supplies
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- Cricut Maker
- Cricut Tools Set
- Cricut EasyPress 2 and Cricut EasyPress Mat (*Note – if you don’t have an EasyPress, a regular iron will work!)
- Cricut Iron-On (I used black glitter and the Patterned Iron-On™ Sampler, Nature Walk Basics
- White Kitchen Towels (bar towels or flour sack towels will both work)
- Cricut BrightPad (Optional – but super handy for weeding glitter iron-on)
While you can use an iron, we really do recommend the Cricut EasyPress 2 to make your iron on projects go even more smoothly! For more information about the EasyPress 2 and how it’s different than an iron, be sure to check out our post here –> Cricut EasyPress 2 Guide. Also, be sure to look out for the StrongBond Guarantee on your iron-on material when you buy it! You can see it here on the Patterned Iron-On™ Sampler. The StrongBond Guarantee means that when a specific iron-on material is used as directed, you’ll be completely satisfied with the results. If not, we’ll replace it for free. Look for the StrongBond Guarantee on select iron-on materials. Read more about the StrongBong Guarantee here.
Kitchen Towel Iron-on
I used Cricut Design Space for everything on the “seasoned with love” towel! There are so many cute Cricut files in the system (which has software available for iOS, Android™, Windows®, and Mac® by the way), so I had to do VERY little work! You can certainly make your own design, but if you like the design I created, you can just click here to access it to use for your own projects here –> Seasoned with Love Cut File Design Once you have the file open in Design Space, you can customize as you like. Resize as needed to fit your towel and cut (*remember to click “mirror” on)! I use the Cricut Maker for projects like this (which I LOVE and recommend) because you get a great cut each time! With the built-in setting for different materials, there’s no second guessing on blade depth or pressure.
I used the glitter iron-on for this just for a little sparkle. It cut perfectly. Then after the design was cut and weeded, I used the Cricut EasyPress 2 (9×9) and Cricut EasyPress Mat to adhere the design on the towel. Easy peasy! Once that turned out so well, I decided I needed more than one towel. I toyed with doing some more words, but I wanted to keep it simple and really let the “seasoned with love” one shine. So, I cut small strips from the Patterned Iron-on to create just some simple & fun striped towels. I love the end result! And I see more DIY kitchen hand towels in my crafty future. These would make adorable gifts for a wedding shower, housewarming gift, or Christmas gift as well! Happy Creating!
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