DIY cake hand towel


Have a few scraps and about 45 minutes to spare?

Make a couple of cake hand towels!

I first saw this sweet idea over at Julie's place.

She shared a wonderful DIY.

Warning!!

You will never want to leave her blog..trust me.

So here is my version :)


I cut a cake plate like hers using a piece of card stock.

I used it to cut out all of my fabric cake plates.


I cut 3 strips of this wonderful trim ruffle about 5 " each.


I ironed my cake stand onto my towel with some web.

Julie's DIY explains it all.

After it was ironed on, I zig zagged it on. FUN!!!


For the record...I am no pro and I'm sure you can spot my boo boos

but it was FUN!!


I think it was my favorite part of the whole project!


After I had my cake plate in place. I layered my cake fluff ribbon.


Julie had candles on top of hers..how cute!

I decided to put a cherry on top of this one.


For this one I made a ribbon rose.


You can find my DIY for ribbon roses here.


OK..I think I may be hooked on these!


Now I'm wanting to make a chocolate one like Julie's..


Oh these are so addicting..LOL


Happy crafting!

xoxo, Susie

14 comments:

  1. My kind of cake--all cute and no calories!! These are adorable, Susie!

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  2. These are so cute!! I'm going to have to try these. What is your Instagram ID?

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  3. How adorable! If only I knew how to sew :)

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  4. These turned out great! So glad you were inspired!

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  5. Such a cute idea! I smell Christmas gift-making coming on. :)
    xoxo

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  6. Susie,

    Cute, cute,cute. A suggestion: when you are doing zigzag, place a sheet of typing paper under your design. It gives the needle something to grip to and makes it much easier. Try it!

    Judy

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  7. precious! These would make great gifts for friends too!

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  8. Adorable! Thanks for sharing such a cute idea!!!

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  9. Adorable! Wish I could sew. :)

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  10. What a cute idea! I will have to try it.

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  11. So cute! I love the cherry and ribbon roses topping them off. Very creative you are.

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  12. Hi Susie! Oh, these are so darling! You did a super job and I'm coveting right now!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  13. Sooo stinkin' cute, Susie...:))

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