DIY Tea Towel Art
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DIY Tea Towel Art
It’s amazing what you rediscover when you unpack moving boxes. Even though I have currently been moved into our vacation townhome for several months, there are still a ton of packed boxes in the garage. This is because these particular boxes were meant to go to a storage unit until a decision can be made as to where our next home will be. Somehow they ended up here instead of there and I finally got sick and tired of tripping over the clutter. Originally my idea was to unpack a couple of boxes each day, but then Organizing Fever struck – it’s a real thing. Before I knew it I had 21 boxes all unpacked inside the house! Crap was everywhere – kitchen counters, dining room table, living room floor – everywhere. I cleaned, purged and donated lots of clutter like it was my job. Get rid of the stuff!
Then…I got the phone call that my dad had taken a fall and badly broke his femur. Shattered is probably a better word. So, even though my house was in upheaval, Honey Bee and I got in the car and raced 2 ½ hours away. My dad has already had two surgeries and will now need to be transferred to a specialized rehabilitation facility where he can get physical therapy several hours each and every day. Suffice it to say there is a whole lot more to this story which I will share at a later date. Just know that this has been a very difficult time for our family.
Anyway…back to the DIY tea towel art. As I was unpacking boxes I found this new tea towel that I had forgotten about.
I truly got lucky with this .50 cent art canvas garage sale purchase. Only the outer plastic covering was stained. The canvas was in pristine condition.
- New tea towel
- Art canvas
Iron and steam all of the wrinkles and fold marks out of the tea towel. Wrap the tea towel around the canvas and staple into place.
Proudly display your new artwork!
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There are so many fabulous tea towels on the market right now. Look for something with a quote or you can even find colorful options. Here are a few of our favorites:
This print will probably end up being displayed in the guest bedroom.
I cherish my friends and this quote really sums up how I feel about them.
This looks fabulous for $4.50 – don’t you think?
Have you ever made anything with tea towels? We would love to see your creations!
Wow! I really like this project! Its something I think I could actually do! So very sorry about your dad’s fall and injury. I’ll keep him (and you) in my thoughts and prayers. As always, thanks for sharing!
Vicki, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad! Hope he’s comfortable and will recover quickly. The tea towel art is genius and looks fantastic!
I love this idea, but I love the quote even more:)) Happy Monday, dear friend, from your “deer” friend. Bambi
I am sorry to hear about your dad! i hope he is healing well and feeling a lot better!
This is a fun idea! I love tea towels. There are so many cute ones available, and to be honest I hate to actually use them in the kitchen. I like to keep them clean and perfect, therefore never using them. Thanks for this fun idea!
Your dad is too cute to be shattering important stuff like femurs. Sending you hugs and prayers for a speedy recovery. He’s so lucky to have you and I am too. Love your tea towel art! Hugs, CoCo
Great idea and WOW what a nice price too!! Prayers to you and your Dad!
Nice project. It looks so elegant.
This is a cute idea. And the saying is perfect for the guest room. I hope your Dad is doing better.
Clever and looks fantastic!
Best wishes for your dad’s quick recovery, shattered femur ain’t fun…
What a great DIY hostess gift this would make! Glad you scored the good price on the tea towel. Blessings and healing to your dad.