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DIY Crafty Apron

Are you like me and have several aprons from different companies? I love my aprons and wear them often. I like to decorate them too - just to give them that little bit of extra flair!  For this DIY Crafty Apron I used Joy® Iron on Embroidered Letters and my apron from Deflecto®. Super easy!

Irish Wolfhound Crafty
Yep - that's my hound! She cracks me up. I was having a hard time getting a good shot of the apron so I decided to have her model it. That just made it harder to get a good shot!!  In case you are wondering she is an Irish Wolfhound, she is just over 4 years old, and she weighs in at about 175lbs. She is a big girl! We also have a Wolfhound Puppy right now too - it's crazy at our house!

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DIY Apron

This project is so simple and you probably have everything you need to make one!
  • Joy® Iron-on Embroidered Letters
  • Joy® Iron-on embroidered appliques
  • Apron that you have laying around
  • Iron
  • Ironing pad
That's it!

Iron on letters

I use an ironing pad when I am crafting. It is so much easier than using an ironing board. It folds up and goes in the closet when I don't need it. It is super light weight but it protects what ever surface I have it on. I have used it on my craft cabinets, my kitchen counters, and my good dining room table with no problems. I am using the same Black and Decker Iron that the hubs had when I met him 31 years ago. Yep - it is still working beautifully!

Follow the instructions found on the packaging to adhere your letters and floral applique. I cut my flowers into individual pieces instead of the spray.

Joy Iron on letters

I love this style of letters - they come in a variety of colors and they can be used on so many different projects. They are perfect for kid's projects.

Craft apron
 Look how cute it is! I can't wait until the next craft show or crop to show it off.

Irish wolfhound apron
Yes, we had out takes. Lots of out takes. Like 30 of them. This dog is crazy and she never stands still. I have literally hundreds of blurry photos of this dog.

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