Hand Painted Apron DIY

Time: 1 hour
Materials: fabric paint, plain apron, brush

Hand Painted Apron DIYYou might have noticed me working on this project on Instagram over the weekend, and let me tell you, it was the easiest diy ever! For all of those who made the resolution to cook more, what better way to convenience yourself to get in the kitchen than with a hand painted apron?

Hand Painted Apron DIYPaint your design on to your fabric and let dry. Easy as that! The paint I used didn’t even require a heat set (be sure to check your instructions though!). If you’re short on time, consider making your pattern larger, like oversized polka dots or triangles.

Hand Painted Apron DIY

Hand Painted Apron DIYThis would also make a great Valentine’s day project for the foodie in your life!

8 Must-Try Trivet DIYS

I don’t know about you, but I love projects that can be used more than one way. Trivets aren’t just practical, but they’re also a great way to display art in your kitchen without taking up unnecessary space. So whether you’re prepping for a dinner party, or just want a way to spruce up your weekly meals (without having to cook anything fancy, that is) these eight trivet diys are a must-try!

8 Must-Try Trivet DIYS

1. Woven Trivet via Poppytalk
2. Colorblock Trivets by Sugar and Cloth
3. Wooden Bead Trivet by On a Sweet Sugar Rush
4. Leather & Wood Trivets by Design Sponge
5. Clothespin Trivet by Sweet Paul
6. Knot Trivet by Design Sponge
7. Geometric Wood Trivets by A Beautiful Mess
8. Dyed and Braided Trivets by Martha Stewart

Happy crafting!