Funny DIY Tea Towel – Your Opinion is not Part of the Recipe
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Funny DIY Tea Towel – Your Opinion is not Part of the Recipe!
Today’s post came about after a recent shopping trip. I saw a piece of artwork with a sarcastic quote. I knew that it would be perfect for my own kitchen. Here’s how to make a funny DIY tea towel – “your opinion is not part of the recipe”.
Is there a family member or friend in your life that offers unsolicited advice while you’re cooking? I think most of us can relate to this LOL. Usually it is someone that has zero to little cooking experience. 😂 After polling some of my friends, they shared that this usually happens at large family gatherings or holiday dinners. This funny tea towel could be a great gift for them!
- white tea towel or flour sack.
- transfer artist paper
- home printer
Print HERE: Your opinion is not part of the recipe tea towel
Always reverse print before actually printing out your design.
Also, be sure to trim away excess paper that has not been printed on. Otherwise it will leave a film on your tea towel. Follow the directions included with the transfer paper to ensure a great design.
Isn’t this cute?
Next time someone offers you their opinion in your kitchen, give them this tea towel. LOL
I smile every time I look at this. Maybe my next sarcastic phrase should be something like…Don’t Even Think About Touching my Tea Towel! HAHAHA
Other Tea Towel Quote Ideas:
- Last time I cooked hardly anyone got sick
- Chop it like it’s hot
- My cooking is so awesome, even the smoke alarm cheers me on
- If you can read this, please dry the dishes
- This is how I roll
- Maybe coffee is addicted to me
- Don’t go baking my heart
I hope that you have been inspired in some way today!
Don’t forget to Pin this to your favorite Pinterest Board!
This is going to sound like such a stupid question, but I have never done anything like this. How did you get the picture that you printed onto the towel? I just HAVE to make a couple of these towels as gifts for Christmas! They are just too funny! I’d appreciate any advice you could give me. Thank you so much!
Hi Rachel – there are never any stupid questions! You need to have the printer transfer paper for this project to work. You create whatever image and/or wording that you want. Print it in reverse, so that the image looks backwards – and then print it out on transfer paper. This image is then printed facedown on the right side of the fabric.
We hope this makes sense – if not, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We would love to see what you create!
All the best,
Vicki and Jenn ~ 2 Bees