Making the apron
After designing and cutting out the images and text, I used my iron to iron them onto a blank apron from Joann's. This process is quick and I have it detailed on another blog post which I will link to here. In putting the gift together, I wrapped up icing, cookie cut out shapes and jars of toppings I found at Michaels. This makes a really nice gift and a great activity to do at home. You could also include a recipe book. One book my children and I love is Pretend Soup by Mollie Katzen. This book is made for kids to do the cooking and includes healthy recipes as Mollie Katzen is the author of the Moosewood Cookbook.
If you are interested in trying this project, I have included affiliate links to the products I used. If you choose to use these links, I may be paid a small commission which is used to run this blog. Thank you for your support and I hope this inspires you to try your hand at making personalized gifts.
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