Make this beautiful DIY Sharpie Towel with a Vintage French Label Pattern to decorate your kitchen! Great gift idea too!
Love French decor? You’ll love making this and adding it to your tea towel collection!
I never have enough tea towels! I love displaying beautiful tea towels in my kitchen to add a little pop of pattern and style! This black and white monochromatic look will fit into any kitchen style or color palette. I love building my collection of tea towels. I usually hang one on my stove handle and have one laying on the counter beside the sink for quick drying wet hands!
These vintage French label tea towels are so easy to make – make a few up for yourself and some for friends and family! They make the perfect Mother’s Day gift, teacher gift and hostess gift.
See this Easy DIY Hostess Gift – Mason Jar of Flowers in a Tea Towel Wrapper for a beautiful housewarming or hostess gift idea!
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DIY French Label Towel
– This black marker that is permanent.
– Printout of French Chocolate label – I used the ‘Cacao Payraud’ label from the Graphics Fairy. There are also many other graphics and labels on this wonderful site to choose from.
Wash and dry the towel according to package instructions. Iron if needed.
Place paper of the French graphic under the towel on a flat surface.
Trace the words onto the towel using the marker.
The towel is thin enough to see the lettering from the photocopy.
See my washing and care instructions here.
You can also see another DIY Kid’s Art Towel version: Thanksgiving DIY Kids Art Tea Towel.