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Framed Dish Towel Kitchen Art

Do you have art in your kitchen? I have wanted some for a while but struggled with what to do and where to put it.  I was inspired during my last trip to Target and instantly knew how to liven up my kitchen eating area.  I picked up a printed towel and a few inexpensive (think clearance) frames, and after a few minutes had beautiful framed  kitchen art.

Dress up your kitchen with fun designs from an inexpensive towel. Such an easy DIY art project!

This was the easiest art I have made in a long time, and much less expensive than buying something or creating an elaborate painted sign.

Here is what I used to create this fabulous kitchen art:

  • 2 white frames
  • dish towel
  • scissors, iron and supplies to hang the frames

Use a kitchen towel to create pretty framed art for your kitchen

I traced 2 rectangles using the paper that comes inside the frame, then cut them out. I left a little extra on the sides so I could line it up just right in the frames.  I used a hot iron to get the creases out then popped the fabric into the frames.

Create pretty framed kitchen art with a towel

My very open first floor is a mix of gray and white with pops of yellow.  This dish towel incorporates those colors and a few others without being overwhelming.  I love the little bit of whimsey from the kitchen tools too.

I have used Target dish towels for other projects too, it’s funny how something so simple can be so inspiring.

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Have you ever decorated with dish towels? I’d love to hear about your creations.

Thanks for visiting!

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