I love funny towels, but could never find the right one–until I made my own funny homemade kitchen towels. They’re so funny, so full of snark, I just can’t help but smile when I see them.
If you love these DIY funny kitchen towels craft for Cricut, you can rest assured that there are a lot of fun ideas to go with them. Just check out these 20 Pottery Barn Inspired looks that really are eye-catching.
So, when you’re done making kitchen towels with your Cricut, you can just whip-up a whole house of awesome.
Plus, let’s be honest, these hand towels make an awesome gift idea for a friend or neighbor you know loves the snark as much as you. If you have a Cricut Maker or any cutting machine, you just need a few minutes, some vinyl and a smile. It’s that fast.
And that’s honestly one of the things I love best about working with Cricut projects: they’re so fast and clean. I would have spent HOURS painting by hand on these towels and still not have been happy with them. But spend a few minutes with some iron-on vinyl and an EasyPress? I’m happy and the project looks awesome enough to give as a gift.
That is amazing.
Tips to Make Kitchen Towels with Your Cricut
- Always mirror the image. The way that you work with iron on vinyl, you need to put it shiny side down on the cutting mat, so it has to be cut mirrored. Don’t forget–it’s a waste of vinyl if you do.
- As with any iron on project with Cricut Design Space, I recommend for this tea towel set that you attach the design. I know that this doesn’t save you as much vinyl, but it’s going to save you SO MUCH time and stress.
- Use a tool to remove the small cutouts. Seriously–especially with the all the bits and parts, it’s easier to pick it up off the backing with a tool. I know you feel like your fingernail is enough, but it’s not.
Supplies to Make Funny Homemade Kitchen Towels
The following ingredients are affiliate links on Amazon because they may be a bit hard to find in your craft store. I wanted you to be able to see exactly which things we are using.
- Funny Kitchen Cut File Set (I used: Don’t Flip Out, Chop It Like It’s Hot, Watch Me Whip and Roll with It )
- Kitchen Towels
- Heat Transfer Vinyl in Your Color of Choice
Reminder, not all the supplies in the tutorial are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for.
Must Have Resources:
When making Funny Homemade Kitchen Towels, you really need to have the following Amazon affiliate tools on hand.
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More Cricut DIY Ideas:
I’m going to be honest, I have a TON of fun playing with my Cricut. If you’d like to play with yours, too, here are some awesome projects you should definitely try:
- Kitchen Towels
- Cut Files
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Cricut mat
- Cricut machine
- Cricut tools
- Using your Cricut software cut out the design. Make sure to mirror it and I recommend attaching it so that you can work with one block and not a bunch of little elements.
- Weed the vinyl cut and lay it onto the towel.
- Preheat your EasyPress.
- Place the EasyPress down onto the vinyl, setting the timer for the time required for your vinyl.
- Remove the EasyPress.
- Peel off the backing carefully.
- Allow the vinyl to cool completely.
- Let the vinyl "cure" for 48 hours before using or washing.