I hate the month of January. There’s only one redeeming thing in the whole month-one of my boys has a birthday. Otherwise I think we could just get rid of the month. What do you think? It’s such a sad, cold, depressing month.
I joined up with a few other bloggers who each created a snowflake project: (see all the projects linked up at the bottom of this post)
So, to remind me of the cold I thought I’d make some snowflake hand towels. Wait, I don’t need to be reminded of the cold. It’s like 2 degrees outside right now. So, since I can’t go outside and play, I have to stay inside and craft so I made some snowflake hand towels. How’s that?
Snowflake Hand Towels Tutorial:
Blue and silver fabric
Blue and Silver ribbon
Heat N Bond
To do this I adhered my Heat N Bond to the back of my 2 fabrics and then cut out my snowflakes (I used my Silhouette but you can use any sort of cutting machine or try it by hand just like you might with paper).
Once they were cut out I ironed them where I wanted them. I staggered the silver just a little off the blue.
Then I sewed the blue and silver ribbon to the bottom part of the hand towel. That’s it. Pretty easy right?
Want more snowflake ideas? They’re coming Monday so check back! You can also link up your own!