These cute kids’ aprons made with Cricut Iron-on are perfect for your little kitchen helpers!
One of the things I love to do with my kids is cook with them in the kitchen. It’s not always easy because it definitely takes longer with them helping, but I think it’s good for me to learn patience! I got these cute little aprons a long time ago that both my kids love to wear when they help me. I thought it would be fun to personalize them for each child and get rid of the ugly design on them already. Here’s what they looked like before-
First I decided on some cute phrases for each of the aprons. My son loves the song “Watch Me” and I thought the design with a little whisk was perfect for him. For my little girl I chose to do the baker one since she does love to bake with me.
Here is what you will need to create your own kids apron-
- Kids Apron (Similar aprons on Amazon, affiliate link)
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut Iron-On Black
- Cricut Iron-On Glitter Silver
- Cricut Iron-on Glitter Lipstick
- Cricut Iron-On Light Pink
I designed both of the sayings in Cricut Design Space. Since I had to cover up the words underneath, I decided to do an oval and then layer on the words. But if you are just doing a plain apron, you don’t need to add the oval if you don’t want to. Both the whisk image and cupcake image are images from Design Space. I used three Cricut fonts for the wording: “Watch Me” is in the Kyden font, and “Whip” is in Thoughts & Phrases Emiline font. To connect the letters in “Whip” I right clicked and selected ungroup. Then you can move around each letter and make them closer to together. Once I have the letters as close as I want them, I selected all the letters in the word “whip” and selected Weld.
Make sure when you cut out your image you select mirror image for iron-on.
Once you have your designs cut out, follow the instructions provided with your Iron-On to apply them to your apron. Then you are done!
I love the variety of DIY projects I can make with my Cricut. I’ve made quite a few projects in the short time I have owned mine. Besides these kids’ aprons, I have made customized baby onesies, made custom cupcake and cake toppers (see the post HERE), designed some cameo decor for my kitchen (see post HERE), made napkin rings (see post HERE) and even customized a taco spice jar for my kitchen (see post HERE). I feel like there are so many things I can customize and design that the possibilities of projects are endless! I love that the Cricut can cut a wide variety of materials from iron-on to cardstock to vinyl just to name a few. I also love that I can just use the dial on the machine to select what kind of material I am cutting so there is no guess work. I am so excited for other projects I already have in mind and can’t wait to use my Cricut! What are some of your favorite things to make with your Cricut?
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