DIY Gingerbread Tea Towel Gift Set
MAKE THIS EASY & SWEET GINGERBREAD TEA TOWEL GIFT SET! IT IS THE PERFECT WHITE ELEPHANT, HOSTESS, OR MAILMAN GIFT.
Christmas time is such a magical time of the year but it can also be kinda stressful & chaotic. There are so many gifts to give & parties to go to, plus trying to savor all the sweet memories you & your family are making along the way. It can definitely get overwhelming! So I wanted to help scratch at least one thing off your list show you how to make a DIY gingerbread tea towel gift set.
This is such a fun & simple gift set that really is a perfect hostess gift or a great gift for your mailperson! I also like to give these as white elephant gifts, everyone always loves that its homemade, that makes it extra special.
First, I like to start by cutting all my vinyl, iron on & permanent. I created my cricut design for my recipe & cut it out on iron on vinyl. This was my first time using iron on vinyl & I am a fan yall. It was super easy to weed & use! I also cut out all my permanent vinyl for the mason jar.
After I weeded all my iron on vinyl I heat pressed it to my tea towel using an iron. There are fancy heat press machines which I would love to get in the future but for now my iron will work. Plus my iron never really gets used except for projects so its perfect!
Once my towel was done I moved on to the mason jar cookie mix. The jar looked a little plain so I spruced it up with a fun Cricut design! Make sure to Windex your jar before applying any stickers or vinyl, it will help to give it that extra staying power.
Then its time to add in your dry mix to the mason jar. Heres the recipe I used, but there are plenty of great ones out there.
How cute is this little gingerbread cookie cutter? I found it at Target for $1 & I think it adds a little extra something special.
These are the sweetest little homemade gifts that everyone on your list will love! Plus they are super budget savvy to make & you could definitely change out the cookie mix & recipe for other cookies. I hope yall have fun making these sweet treats have a very Merry Christmas!