Mothers Day Handprint Apron

Easily turn a blank apron into a darling sentimental gift for Mom this Mother’s Day using heat transfer vinyl and fabric paint.

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Mothers Day is right around the corner and I know from experience that the best gifts are from the heart. Preserve those precious handprints forever with this easy Mother’s Day gift idea.

Materials Needed

Instructions

Step 1: Measure your child’s hand from wrist to fingertips. In Silhouette Studio, add two of the letter “M” in any font you’d like. Make them about the same size as your child’s hand.

Step 2: Cut the letters out. Remember to load the heat transfer vinyl into the machine shiny side down and don’t forget to mirror image before cutting!

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Step 3: Weed the excess vinyl, leaving only the two letters on the clear backing paper. Cut the two letters apart.
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Step 4. Paint your child’s hand with fabric paint and press their handprint into the center of the apron. I suggest measuring before-hand so you know right where you want it to be.
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Step 5. After the paint is dry, place one letter “M” on each side of the handprint to spell the word mom. Iron the letters into place by applying medium pressure at 305 °F for 10-15 seconds. Remove the clear backing paper.
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Step 6. Embellish your apron with trim, ribbon, more heat transfer vinyl or fabric paint. It’s your craft, so be creative!
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19 COMMENTS

  1. […] An apron with handprints is a classic gift those who enjoy cooking or grilling can get a lot of use from. Have kids coat their hands with fabric paint and stamp them onto a solid-colored apron like the ones on Old Salt Farm. Or use the footprints and handprints to make butterflies and flowers like they did on Little Page Turners. Use a single handprint to make the O in “mom,” which works best for only children or for moms who are prolific cooks who always need more than one apron in rotation. Get the full instructions on The Craft Patch. […]

  2. […] Eine Schürze mit Handabdrücken ist ein klassisches Geschenk, von dem diejenigen, die gerne kochen oder grillen, viel Gebrauch machen können. Lassen Sie die Kinder ihre Hände mit Stofffarbe bestreichen und auf eine einfarbige Schürze wie die darauf stempeln Alte Salzfarm. Oder verwenden Sie die Fußabdrücke und Handabdrücke, um Schmetterlinge und Blumen so zu machen, wie sie es getan haben Kleine Seitenwender. Verwenden Sie einen einzelnen Handabdruck, um das O in „Mutter“ zu erstellen. Dies funktioniert am besten nur für Kinder oder für Mütter, die produktive Köche sind und immer mehr als eine Schürze im Wechsel benötigen. Holen Sie sich die vollständigen Anweisungen auf Der Craft Patch. […]

  3. […] An apron with handprints is a classic gift those who enjoy cooking or grilling can get a lot of use from. Have kids coat their hands with fabric paint and stamp them onto a solid-colored apron like the ones on Old Salt Farm. Or use the footprints and handprints to make butterflies and flowers like they did on Little Page Turners. Use a single handprint to make the O in “mom,” which works best for only children or for moms who are prolific cooks who always need more than one apron in rotation. Get the full instructions on The Craft Patch. […]

  4. […] An apron with handprints is a traditional present those that take pleasure in cooking or grilling can get loads of use from. Have youngsters coat their arms with cloth paint and stamp them onto a solid-colored apron like those on Old Salt Farm. Or use the footprints and handprints to make butterflies and flowers like they did on Little Page Turners. Use a single handprint to make the O in “mother,” which works finest for under kids or for mothers who’re prolific cooks who at all times want multiple apron in rotation. Get the total directions on The Craft Patch. […]

  5. […] Every item on this page was chosen by The Pioneer Woman team. The site may earn a commission on some products. These DIY gifts are guaranteed to make Mom smile.Store-bought goodies make great Mother’s Day gifts, but a DIY gift made with love can brighten Mom’s day even more! If you need a little inspiration in that department, look no further than these easy Mother’s Day crafts that are fun to make, and even better to gift! Pair them with DIY Mother’s Day cards and the loving mama in your life will be so touched.Whether your mom loves flowers or chocolate, swoons over long baths and relaxing sleep, or constantly loses her jewelry and keys, ahead you’ll discover dozens of crafts and DIY ideas that will make your mom feel all warm and fuzzy inside when she opens them. That’s the best part about handmade Mother’s Day gifts. Not only do they show that you put a lot of thought into what to give them, but they also show that you’re willing to put in the extra effort to make it special. Nothing here is too over-the-top and would be lovely if paired with a delicious Mother’s Day brunch or breakfast in bed. With so many ideas to choose from—that are easy for kids to make, too—you’ll have no problem finding a Mother’s Day craft worthy of your mom!Upgrade a blank apron into a heartfelt gift for Mom using heat transfer vinyl, fabric paint, and a cute pom pom trim. See more at The Craft Patch. […]

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