A Homemade Christmas Gift: No Sew Dish Towel Apron

Here's how to create a No Sew Dish Towel Apron that any chef would love to receive!

Today’s homemade gift idea can’t get much simpler. So, I happen to think it would make a perfect last-minute gift!  Simply head to your nearest dollar store, pick up a fancy dish towel and some ribbon and get started!

Here’s how to create a No Sew Dish Towel Apron that any chef would love to receive:

DIY No Sew Dish Towel Apron

Supplies needed:

Directions:

  1. Begin by folding your towel into the size of apron you want. You can fold it down to about 8 inches by 8 inches square for a child, or simply fold the towel in half for an adult. If you wish for a longer apron, manipulate the fabric to get the shape you wish. For the sample you see here, I folded the towel once in half, then folded each end in about 2 inches.
  2. Apply a strip of iron on fabric tape OR fabric adhesive to the inside of your folded seams. Press and iron the towel if needed. The idea is to use the tape or adhesive to secure the shape of the towel.
  3. Apply a length of adhesive tape or glue to the top of your towel. Press the length of ribbon into it. Press and iron if needed. The ribbon should now be adhered to the towel, leaving you two lengths on each side for tying.
  4. Once your adhesive is dry or ironed in place, your towel can be used. Simply use the excess ribbon as ties, tying them behind your back to hold the apron in place.no sew dish towel apron 2

Christmas Tree Bath Bombs

These Christmas Tree bath bombs can be made in just a few minutes even by beginners and deliciously scented! #bathbombs #diybeauty
Bath bombs are easy to make and are always well received as gifts. They’re made of ingredients that will make your bath water fizz and smell delicious by releasing essential oils. These Christmas Tree bath bombs can be made in just a few minutes even by beginners. They’re also the perfect size for putting into organza bags to give as gifts over the holidays.

INGREDIENTS: 
1 C. baking soda
1/2 C. citric acid
1 tbsp. coconut oil
Green food coloring
A few drops of essential oil
Spritz of water, as needed
Silicone Christmas Tree mold

DIRECTIONS:
  1. Combine the baking soda and citric acid.
  2. Add in the coconut oil and then the water a little bit at a time and combine to mix using your hands. You want it slightly dense but not soaked through.
  3. Add in several drops of green food coloring and use your hand to thoroughly mix.
  4. Spoon the mixture into the Christmas Tree mold filling each cavity about halfway. Use your fingers to press down.
  5. Spoon the remaining mixture evenly into the cavities and continue to press down.
  6. Set the Christmas Tree bath bombs in a cool/dry spot for 24 hours to allow them to set.

These Christmas Tree bath bombs can be made in just a few minutes even by beginners and deliciously scented! #bathbombs #diybeauty

*Makes 6 Christmas Tree Bath Bombs/Fizzys

To use them, just drop a bath bomb into your warm bath water. Watch as it fizzes and dissolves before your eyes while releasing the essential oil.