We're inspired by these stamped tea towels from Design Improvised that were made with #marthastewartcrafts paints and a few household items. Get the DIY instructions here! #12monthsofmartha


Holiday tea towels. Pattern on Craftsy by Quilt Doodle Designs.

cute kitchen towel

DIY tea towel

Citrus Stamped Tea Towels Cute for Summer

Create these fun DIY Tea Towels with this simple tutorial! via cherishedbliss.com

Kitchen towel sewing project. Instructions are in Italian, but photos are easy to follow. Hobby di stoffa by Hdc: Continuiamo con la cucina?

Learn how to make Faux Mercury Glass with our step-by-step instructions: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/do-it-yourself/accents/diy-projects/?socsrc=bhgpin101113fauxmercuryglass&page=1

Personalize basic bulletin boards with inexpensive tea towels. Find out how here: http://www.bhg.com/crafts/easy/1-hour-projects/creative-bulletin-boards/?socsrc=bhgpin090712teatowelboard#page=7

Easy step-by-step for making a pillow cover from a tea towel. No sewing! #pillow #cover #nosew

diy stamped tea towels

print your own fabric tutorial. (i think i've pinned this before, but whatev.)

Why have I never though of this? Glue then tie-dye. Or fabric paint, designs at bhg.com/shirts

DIY HAND STAMPED TEA TOWELS, make your own stamps! budget friendly craft, design on a dime

I purchased some flour sack towels from Wal-Mart for about $2 for two. After ironing out the wrinkles, I folded them in thirds. I traced each of my kid's hand prints & used some cute fabric & Steam & Seam to attach the hand prints to the towels. I also ironed on some hearts & finished the towels with decorative ruffle ribbon.

DIY T-Shirt bags to make with your kids! Fun Summer craft.

STEPS | Printed Towels

DIY Citrus Stamped Tea Towels - Cute for Summer!!

Lend a hand in the kitchen with this handprint dishcloth Mom will love. Using finger paint, make a handprint on cardstock and cut out to make a stencil. Lightly spray the back of the stencil with adhesive, attach the stencil to a towel, and paint the handprint with a mixture of craft paints and textile medium (this turns ordinary acrylic paint into textile paint that will be permanent on most fabrics). Use fabric markers to add polka dots and your name to the towel.