I love to make cookies with my grandkids. But being the little tikes that they are, they can get pretty messy helping grandma in the kitchen. I found this super easy apron tutorial on Pinterest that anyone can make...even if you've never sewn before.
I chose two types of Christmas fabrics...one for each side of the apron. The main side is a glittery material covered with fun Santa hats.
The other side is a candy-stripe material. I not only used this material for the back, but for the straps as well.
I looked at so many different apron patterns on Pinterest and I really found this one to be the easiest. You can find the full instructions HERE.
And here is a little snapshot of me and Alethea making sugar cookies last Christmas. I can't wait till she arrives in a few weeks so we can make cookies again! It's so much fun.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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That turned out so cute Amy. My mom used to have a Christmas apron, I wonder if she kept it.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I hope she still has it. They are so fun.Delete
How cute! Thanks so much for linking up at A Themed Linkup 85 for Christmas Crafts and Décor. Pinned and/or shared!ReplyDelete
It turned out so cute!! Love the stripes with the Santa print! I've never attempted to make an apron but my son made one when he was in middle school and I really appreciate having one even if I don't always use it. So practical not only for little ones but for us adults too!ReplyDelete
Thank you. The only time I ever wear an apron is during the holidays. It just seems I get a lot messier in the kitchen then.Delete
I enjoy making cookies with my grandchildren, too. And love the idea of making aprons for them to wear.ReplyDelete
It's wonderful isn't it? Thank you.Delete
CONGRATS! Your post is FEATURED at A Themed Linkup 86 for Christmas Recipes from my previous linkup for Christmas Crafts and Décor.ReplyDelete
Oh thank you! That's awesome news!Delete
These are adorable! I bet the grandkids loved them.ReplyDelete
Thank you! Yes, they do, but I think they enjoy making and eating the cookies more! ha ha!Delete
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