Let’s face it, Dad’s can be hard to shop for. But we know that heartfelt, homemade gift as always a win for Father’s Day. If your Dad (or partner) likes to grill then we’ve got you (and him) covered! We made up a fun design just for this project, all you have to do is print and iron. Super easy and super affordable this Father’s Day apron looks like something you’d buy at a specialty shop and you’re only three steps away.
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What You’ll Need:
- Iron-on transfer paper
- An inkjet printer
- Design template – get it here
Firstly, pick out an apron that you like. We found one at a local craft store, but you can find them at big box stores too.
Print the template onto the transfer paper. Make sure you pick the right paper for your apron colour. The transfer paper comes in packs for light or dark fabrics. We chose to make a black apron but this design would look great on white too. Follow the directions for printing on the package of the transfer sheets you bought. We used Jolee’s Boutique Easy Image and found them easy to use.
Tip: Be sure to trim the white paper away from around the design, otherwise there will be a big white square around the picture.
We hope this helps put a smile on your Dad’s face this year – Happy Crafting!