When my boys say, "Mom, that's too much butter."
I'm like, "What? Who are you and what did you do with my kids?"
You see, there's no such thing as too much butter and certainly too much creativity, it's not possible.
So get your juices flowing because we're about to take your kitchen to the next level.
Let the party begin...
Ok that was a bit dramatic but my gosh yes, let's do this.
Here's what you'll need:
Iron, which is optional, but highly recommended
Fabric markers or paints If using paint, you'll also need a stencil brush
Here's how you do it:
Step1: I recommend you wash and iron your new towels. This first step may seem a bit unnecessary but towels do shrink a bit after they've been washed. In turn, it will affect your overall design if you don't take this step.
Step 2: Adhere your stencil to the towel with masking tape. Again, this step isn't necessary either but I use it to keep my stencils in place. I'd rather do it right and err on the side of caution than rush the process and create a stenciled, slop of a mess.
Step 3: Paint and let dry at least 24 hours.
Footnote: to protect surface, place a piece of cardboard under your towel.