Buffalo Check Valentine Tea Towels

       Valentine's Day ❤️ is right around the corner
and this easy project only takes minutes to make.

Buffalo Check Valentine Tea Towels. Homeroad.net


I began with a couple of inexpensive white cotton tea towels.




DIY Buffalo Check Valentine Tea Towels. Homeroad.net

Next I cut a heart out of vinyl just by folding it in half and cutting it with a scissor. 

Any kind of vinyl or contact paper is fine for this. 

DIY Buffalo Check Valentine Heart Tea Towels. Homeroad.net

We are going to use the stencil heart, save the other heart for another project. 

I peeled off the backing and stuck it onto the freshly ironed tea towel.

Buffalo Check Valentine Heart Tea Towels. Homeroad.net

Then laid my buffalo check stencil on top of the heart cut out. 

Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Tea Towels. Homeroad.net

Using pink craft paint, I stenciled carefully over the part with the open heart. 

DIY Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Tea Towels. Homeroad.net

And that was it... it literally took 20 minutes and looks amazing. 

DIY Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Towels. Homeroad.net

I made one with a dark red craft paint while I was at it. 


 Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Towels. Homeroad.net


How to make Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Towels. Homeroad.net


They couldn't be easier to make. 

I love this buffalo check stencil by Old Sign Stencils, it is so versatile!

I've used this stencil many times, check out some of my latest projects below. 



How to make DIY Buffalo Check Heart Valentine Towels. Homeroad.net


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