Welcome Spring into your Kitchen with this easy to make DIY Lemon Kitchen Towel Tutorial. This would make an adorable housewarming gift or maybe just keep it for yourself!
It’s almost Spring and Utah has had quite the odd winter. We hardly got any snow, then we got a little, now it feels like spring and now it’s supposed to snow again. The temperatures might be fluctuating but my house is about to be full on Spring! Some new furniture for our living room just got delivered and I can’t wait to share it with you along with some refreshing Spring decor!
Today I’m sharing this very easy DIY Lemon Kitchen Towel Tutorial. All you will need is a blank towel, the printable I have for you today, transfer paper, and an iron! I’ve also teamed up with some lovely ladies, hosted by my sweet friend Krista from The Happy Housie, who also have some beautiful Spring Printables for you today. You won’t want to miss out, so be sure and make it all the way to the end of the post.
Yellow has always been one of my favorite colors. As you know I don’t use a whole lot of color around my house, I’m more of a neutral kind of girl, but sometimes you just need a few extra lemons to brighten up your kitchen! Let’s be honest though, this is probably the most neutral form of yellow possible ;)
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- Kitchen Towel (light colored) – (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby)
- Transfer Paper
- Inkjet Printer
- THIS PRINTABLE
DIY Lemon Kitchen Towel Tutorial
Like I said, this towel is very easy to make, you just need to follow the directions of your transfer paper very carefully. If it says to hold the iron in place for 90 seconds, don’t cheat, it really needs to get hot to transfer properly!
*Please note the image below is just so you can see the detail, the actual printable is a mirrored image for transfer purposes!
First, print this printable and cut along the edges. You can either leave the word “Lemon” on there, or just cut it off if you prefer. You might also notice the image is mirrored, you want to keep it that way so when you transfer it to the towel the words are readable! The transfer paper does leave a clear film that’s slightly visible, but only if you look close. I do recommend trimming off as much of the transfer paper as possible and only left with the image itself.
Follow the instructions for your transfer paper, different brands might vary slightly. Then peel back the paper and enjoy your new Lemon Kitchen Towel.
Find over 10 more Spring Printables below!
And, today some of my friends are sharing their beautiful and inspiring free spring printables as well! Hop over to see what they are sharing…
6 free printable Watercolour Floral Designs at The Happy Housie
Happy Easter Spring Printable at So Much Better with Age
Spring Favourites Free Printables at The Turquoise Home
Modern Free Spring Printable at Love Create Celebrate
Happy Easter Printable Greeting Cards at On Sutton Place
Vintage Butterflies Spring Printables at Paint Me Pink
Put on Your Positive Pants at Unskinny Boppy
Printable Watercolour Easter Place Cards at Nina Hendrick
Simple Spring Printable at Taryn Whiteaker
8 Chalkboard Free Spring Printables at Home Made Lovely
Spring is in the Air Watercolour Printable at Lemon Thistle
DIY Lemon Kitchen Towel Tutorial with printable at Cherished Bliss
Free Laundry Cheat Sheet Printables for Spring Cleaning at Just a Girl & Her Blog
Printable Gift Tags for Baked Goods at Summer Adams