Halloween Towel Band

Recently, I discovered that using an elastic was a great way to keep my kitchen towels from hitting the floor.
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I decorated one to spice up my kitchen a little. See my original towel band here. When I saw these embellished towels at Laura’s Crafty Life I knew I had to make a Halloween towel holder.

Material:

Orange, Green and Brown Felt

Rubber Band

Hot Glue

Directions:

Draw your shapes on the back of the felt using a fine tip sharpie and cut them out. Hot glue them together and hot glue the rubber band to the back.

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When the hot glue is dry, pull off the hot glue strings and you can put it on your towel. I like to pull the front of the towel down so that its longer.

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