These super cute Christmas cookie cutter tea towels are a fantastic little craft to do with the kids and they make a great homemade gift for teachers, grandparents or neighbours.
What you need to make your own Christmas cookie cutter tea towels
(I’ve included Amazon links to what I used but you could absolutely go somewhere like The Works or Hobbycraft to get similar if you don’t already have them in)
How to make your own Christmas cookie cutter tea towels
I’m pretty sure once you’ve seen the list of what you need to make these then you’re all set to go without any real instructions but just in case… Here you go:
- Pour a small amount of each colour paint onto a paper plate (trust me, it’s the mess-free option ;-))
- Lay one of your tea towels flat and then just dip your chosen cookie cutters into the paint and start stamping onto your tea towel being as creative as you want!
3. Leave your tea towel to dry completely and then you’re good to go.
I used the flour sack tea towels because they’re 100% cotton and I know they’re good quality but you could use any white tea towels really. And for that matter, they don’t really even have to be white as long as the paint you use contrasts with the colour of them.
You could make these year-round and theme them to the season – leaves in oranges and yellows would be fab for Autumn, hearts in pink and red and red would be perfect for Valentines and snowflakes in blue would be a great Winter time gift.
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