Sunday is Grandparent’s Day and I wanted to do a little something to let our grandparents know how much we appreciated and loved them! I loved the idea of Grandma’s lil pumpkins hanging on her oven. Don’t you? I know I am constantly changing my kitchen towels out year round on our oven. Some of my favorite ones are of course our holiday ones. I often times hang more than one on my oven.
I found a pack of plain white tea towels at Walmart. I believe the pack was around $5 for approximately 6 towels. This was SUPER easy and very quick to do. Have your child make a fist and simply stamp the orange paint and then stamp the tea towel. I then finished the towel by adding the brown stem and green vines. You can add the child’s name and age under each pumpkin if you would like. I just think these are so simple and sweet! You could have your child make a homemade card and I think this is all you need. It’s all about that thought, right!?
If you wanted a little something extra, you could grab a hand soap to pair with the towel as I did here. I found these soaps at Big Lots on sale for $1 and the scarecrow can came from The Dollar Tree. I probably have a total of $3 in each gift. So inexpensive, yet I think it will melt their hearts and will be sweet to pull out year after year.
Have a wonderful weekend, friends! See you next week!
2 thoughts on “Grandparent’s Day: Pumpkin Towel”
So cute! We will make some this afternoon! Will the paint stay on if you wash the towels? I’m guessing you used acrylic paint?
I used acrylic and although I’ve never washed them, the acrylic is suppose to be washable. I usually just display them and never really use them.