Painted Confetti Dishtowel.

Flour sack dishtowels are an essential in my kitchen. They are readily available and can be personalized to fit in any decor. The other day I painted a fun confetti pattern on a few and am thrilled with the cheery results. It's just the pick me up I need while cleaning the kitchen.



To make some for you, a friend or mom, grab some tintable fabric medium and head over to Make and Takes for my full tutorial. I even share how to get those perfect circles and it's more simple than you'd believe.

p.s. In case you're curious, I used Martha Stewart acrylic craft paint in Geranium, Yellow Jacket and Beach Glass on my dishtowels.

12 comments:

  1. I really, really love this. So fresh and spring-like. I have to make my way to Michaels - thank you for the inspiration - I don't know how you can get to these projects after your move - but thanks!

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  2. love love love this! Will be making this weekend. Where do you buy your towels at?

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  3. scratch that I just saw, Amazon. :o)

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  4. adorable! I love it. Filing this away for a rainy day project :)

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  5. So cute, and I can do it. Easy and cute. I think I'll do some dish clothes also.

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  6. So cute, and I can do it. Easy and cute. I think I'll do some dish clothes also.

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  7. I love those dish towels

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  8. Arts n crafting was my dream but life took me to softwares... But wen i see these crafting i feel good for my self that those people who make this n make me feel happy... Thanx..

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  9. What a fun craft for kids to make!! Just curious if you pre-washed the towels first and does the paint you used hold up when you wash them?

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