These cookie cutter stamped kitchen towels are beyond easy to make and is a lovely hostess or neighbor gift!
Need a quick DIY winter gift? I have the perfect idea for you that is super easy. These flour sack towels are stamped with cookie cutters! They are great for a hostess or neighbor gift and you can get them all stamped in five minutes, or let the kids do it!
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I chose to do cookie cutter stamped kitchen towels in snowflakes and in my new favorite Christmas colors, turquoise and indigo, just like my Christmas wreath!
Instead of getting fabric paint, I purchased some acrylic paint and added Fabric Painting Medium to it. I love fabric medium because it turns any acrylic paint into a fabric paint. So you can have all the colors! I used Indian Turquoise and Ultramarine Blue paint colors.
For the DecoArt fabric medium, you need to mix the paint to fabric medium at a ratio of 2:1. It’s that simple! I mixed each color on a paper plate using paint brush.
Lay out a pre-washed flour sack towel and start stamping. Once you are done, let it dry overnight and then iron the towels to set in the paint. (P.S. There are many not-so-good flour sack towels…THESE are my favorite and probably the best quality!)
This snowflake cookie cutter came in a set of three (similar here), so I included the biggest one (the one that I didn’t use for painting) as well as snowflake sprinkles and a snowflake spatula (similar), with the towels.
Ready to paint some more linens? Then you’ll love these ideas…
- Holly Jolly Stenciled Table Runner
- Stars and Sparkly Reindeer Tea Towels
- Watercolor Dyed Tea Towel
- Wooden Heart Stamped Tea Towel
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These really would be so much fun to make with kids or grandkids. They’d also be a great project for teacher to do with their classroom for parent gifts!
Super cute & easy idea. The possibilities are endless with all the cute cookie cutters out there.