I have a really quick and easy less than 10 minute way to make Fourth of July towels!
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I did this for a magazine a few years ago and I thought it might be a good time to share again.
I took the red iron on letters and ironed them on white towels I found at Homegoods. I find that sometimes Homegoods has a lot of materials that can be painted on or used as a base item , like towels, napkins, tablecloths and even pillows. I have also found that IKEA has a lot of great materials like that as well. They have plain canvas covers that I use all of the time to paint on and embellish.
It took me less than 10 minutes to iron the letters on and they were ready to go! Aren’t they cute? I love those letters. They are so versatile! They kind of remind me of a letter jacket, or varsity letters.
I’ve found them mostly in red, so it will also be super cute for the holidays. I have seen other letters in black and navy as well, and towels could be personalized for each member of the family. You could do the words Ho Ho Ho or Merry. People love personalized gifts, and this is a really fun and easy way to do it.
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