Spring Tea Towels | Easter Home Decor

Updated: Oct 20, 2019


Easter is right around the corner and to me that means spring home decor! It's such a fun time of year and defiantly motivates me to get crafting. I've created 3 different tea towel designs and I share the SVG & PNG files with you here. Don't forget to subscribe to my blog for more fun video tutorials and free SVG & PNG files in the future. 


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Supplies you will need for these cute Easter Tea Towels!


Free Cut files - Download HERE


Tea Towels - I use THESE Tea Towels (I've ordered many different Tea Towels from amazon and these are very high quality!)


Black Iron On Vinyl - THIS is my new favorite black HTV I've purchased about 3 rolls of it in the last few months. It is a bit thicker than the Siser easyweed brand so I cut it on the glitter cricut setting. I would test cut a little piece first to make sure you get the perfect depth. Once you get the correct depth it weeds like a dream. I LOVE IT! I tend to use a lot of black Iron-On Vinyl so it's nice to have a good supply of it and I love that it comes in a 15 foot roll.


Light Blue Iron On Vinyl - I've only ordered this BLUE VINYL once because I don't use very much of this color. It came quickly and works very well so I would defiantly order it again. 


Step One:

Cut out your designs, Grab the free cut files from above and cut them out using your cut machine.



Step Two: 

Weed the extra vinyl out of the designs. It should look similar to this when your done. Notice that the bunny design is in two layers. You can have so much fun with this one doing all kinds of different colors!

Step Three:

Iron the designs onto the tea towels. I recently upgraded to this HEAT PRESS since I do so much ironing. However, I used a regular iron for years so don't hesitate to pull out that iron and put it to work creating this fun project. Just make sure to set it to the cotton/linen setting and make sure to get every part of the design for at least 15 seconds. If you do have a heat press I keep mine set at around 305 degrees Fahrenheit. 


Check out the video below to see the whole process!

This is a great way to add some color to your kitchen this Easter/Spring season. It's also a great gift that can be used over and over every year!



Have a great Easter!!!


Disclaimer: The links in this blog are things that I have purchased with my own money and recommend to you. *****As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases*****

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