Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re anything like me, I’m still strangling to find the perfect gift. The last thing my husband needs are some new socks or ties so I thought it would be fun to make a gift that both my husband and son would enjoy. They’re going to love their Father’s Day matching aprons DIY and I’m going to love all the adorable picture opportunities when they wear them!
- Adult Natural Canvas Apron
- Kids Natural Canvas Apron
- Silhouette Cameo Machine
- Silhouette Heat Transfer Material
- “Father’s Day Matching Aprons DIY” Free Files (PDF & SVG)
Step One. Grab the free “Father’s Day Matching Aprons DIY” file and following the manufacturer’s suggested settings for cutting the words from the heat transfer vinyl. Don’t forget to reverse the image before cutting from the vinyl!
Step Two. Weed the extra vinyl away from the wording and again, follow the instructions to adhere the vinyl to both canvas aprons. I like using a thin fabric sheet in between the hot iron and plastic cover to prevent the iron from scorching the fabric.
In just a matter of minutes you made these super cute Father’s Day matching aprons DIY! They’ll both get a kick out of wearing them during the next big BBQ you host. Who could possibly resist all this “awesome” all in one place?!
I hope you enjoy making these quick and easy Father’s Day matching aprons! Of course, if aprons aren’t your thing, you could also use the free file to make t-shirts or canvas bags. Consumer Crafts has tons of different blank products that are easily customized. You could even use the free file to make gifts for Mother’s Day or Grandparent’s Day since they’re pretty awesome too!
Don’t forget the card! Learn how to make your own custom Instagram Father’s Day card here.
Hope you all have a wonderfully AWESOME Father’s Day!
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.