No-Sew Children’s Christmas Apron – Free Iron-on Printable
Learn how to make Christmas aprons for kids that don’t require any sewing! These cute aprons feature an iron-on transfer image for the North Pole Bakery and are perfect for baking this holiday season!
Hello Crafty Friends! In preparation for baking this holiday season, I made these cute no-sew Christmas aprons! They are so cute and super easy to make. It’s as simple as adding a cute North Pole Bakery logo to a store bought apron.
Earlier this week I shared these cute holiday baking aprons I made for my kids. I love how they turned out but sometimes you need a quicker no-sew option. These gingerbread aprons are perfect if you need to make multiple aprons. They would also be cute as matching aprons for the entire family!
This apron is so quick and easy to make. I created the “North Pole Bakery” logo to match my gingerbread banner. We host an annual gingerbread house decorating party and these aprons are perfect for this occasion! To make these aprons, all you need to do is print the logos onto T-shirt transfer paper and iron them onto a plain apron.
Children’s No-Sew Christmas Apron
- Free North Pole Bakery Logo – Grab the free file by filling out the purple form at the end of this post.
- Plain white, red or green children’s apron.
- T-Shirt Transfer Paper
- Use Light T-Shirt Transfer Paper if you are using a white apron.
- Use Dark T-Shirt Transfer Paper if you are using a colored apron.
- Printer – I used my Epson EcoTank
- Pressing Sheet – optional
Adding the North Pole Bakery Logos
Start by printing the logos onto the T-Shirt Transfer Paper following the directions that came with the product. If you are using the light T-Shirt Transfer Paper, make sure you are printing page 1 of the free printable that has the logos flipped. If you are using the dark T-Shirt Transfer Paper meant for dark t-shirts then you should use page 2 of the printable that has the normal logos that are not flipped.
Cut out each logo and follow the package directions to iron the images onto the aprons. The t-shirt transfer paper I used suggested I print the images, then wait 30 minutes for them to dry before ironing. Be sure to check your directions to see if you should wait too and then plan ahead.
And that’s it! The aprons are done! Make one for everyone in the family and you’ll be all set for some serious holiday baking this Christmas season.
I love these cute little aprons and how quickly they came together! This will be the first year my son joins us for gingerbread house decorating and I think he is going to have a blast.
- Gingerbread and Peppermint Banner
- Gingerbread House Award Ribbons
- Color-Your-Own Gingerbread House Treat Box
- Gingerbread House Treat Box
- Gingerbread Cupcake Toppers
- North Pole Bakery Gingerbread Apron
- Gingerbread Magnets
- DIY Gingerbread Stuffies
- Gingerbread Paper Dolls
Get the Free North Pole Bakerly Logo!
Fill out the purple form below with your first name and email address! The free file will be sent straight to your inbox! If you have already filled out the form below, don’t worry – you won’t be added to my list twice! This freebie is for personal use only. I hope you enjoy crafting something special. Please let me know if you have any questions :)