Michaels asked me to be a part of the RE-Love Blogger Challenge. I was asked to take something from around my home that could be a little worn or sitting in the garage and turn it into something useful or that I love again! I have a stash of empty picture frames that have been sitting in my garage for way too long. I decided to create a project using one of these frames. You need to check back tomorrow to see what I’ve done with the frames! Although you can sneak a peek at the image above to try to guess what I made!! In the mean time, I made a DIY Kids Artist Apron to go along with my RE-Love project. This child-size apron features two foam can holder “pockets” to place markers, crayons, etc for artwork. Thirty minutes is all this apron took to make.
Art Apron Supplies:
- canvas art apron
- 2 – foam can holders
- embroidery floss and needle
- iron-on transfer letters
- ribbon scrap
All of the above supplies were purchased at Michaels Craft Store.
Iron out any wrinkles in the apron. Place iron-on letters on the apron and iron. Read the package instructions for iron-on transfer details.
Place foam cup holders in place and sew with embroidery floss. Sew tightly.
Using a scrap of ribbon, pin ribbon in place and hand-sew around the cup holders – tightly.
That’s it!! Now place crayons, markers, etc in the foam cup holders.
Check out Michaels Lookbook to find inspiration so maybe you can RE-Love something in your home, too! Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for my RE-Love project!!