As a busy mom, simple ideas that are super cute, but don’t take a lot of time to put together are my very favorite, and this project is exactly that! I love giving gifts to friends, neighbors, and other people that touch my life or my family’s life in some way. Sometimes I just want to say hello or brighten someone’s day, and other times I want to help celebrate a birthday, new home, or another equally exciting event. Perhaps it’s “just because”, or to give to a hostess for inviting me into her home. No matter what the occasion, this darling Dishtowel Gift Idea is one of my very favorites!
I mean seriously, could you just die? LOVE!! I think everyone loves something pretty for their kitchen! Plus, when it’s pretty and functional, that’s the best combination!
I found these adorable gingham dishtowels at Walmart (affiliate link), and it was love at first sight. I’m kind of crazy about gingham, and these are the perfect colors! I snatched them up, and decided to create some cute tags to go with them for gifts. I actually print out a bunch at a time, and keep them in a small tupperware just for printables. I like to keep tags for different occasions on hand, ready to go, so at a moment’s notice, I can put together a gift.
P.S. If you don’t live a Walmart, no worries! I ordered two sets online, and the shipping was FREE! (affiliate link)
All you need a this cute tag and bit of twine, and you’ve got the cutest gift ever, for so many occasions and so many reasons! You can use any dishtowels you like, but if you don’t know the recipient’s kitchen colors or style, flour sack dishtowels (affiliate link) are a good choice. They’re actually my most favorite, and I always have a huge stack in my kitchen! Crisp white, a generous size, and great absorbency are just a few things I love about them.
(affiliate links included below)
-kraft cardstock (you can use white or cream too)
-printer and printable tags (download below)
Download the tags and print on to the kraft card stock. You can certainly use white or cream instead, if that’s what you have, but it might be worth investing in a package of the kraft to just keep on hand. I love it on so many projects, and it’s great for tags!
Cut out the tags, punch a hole at the top, then use the jute, twine, or ribbon to tie it onto each dishtowel.
This is SO fast, and SO easy. It literally took me less than 10 minutes to print the tags, cut them out, and tie them on the four dishtowels. It was actually closer to 5 minutes!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!
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