Featuring: The Dish Towel Collection

These pieces totally remind me of dish towels...nice ones...that I like...

I snagged this plain little recipe card holder and shelf at Goodwill and was completely inspired by the dishtowels!

Do they remind you of the dishtowels too?

A little chalk paint and a little of the rough stuff.

The recipe card holder, just HAD to go with it.

Now, is this a match made in heaven or what?

Thanks for entertaining my strange dishtowel fetish!

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  1. these little creations are so sweet. I love the transformed look! I am a goodwill girl myself. such joy there is in making something from the cast aways! and the pennsylvania dutch cookbook really has my curiosity! I have some pennsylvania dutch heritage but not much about it has been passed down to me. have you tried any of the recipes in this cute little book. I would love it if you could share one or two. Have a wonderful day keep up the crafty spirit 🙂 I am going to follow along. I look forward to getting to know you. Janita

    • Yes, I have! I am from Allentown, Pa and live in Colorado now. There are some goodies I miss. I made Shoo-Fly Pie, hot bacon dressing, and potato filling and they were ALL good. There are also these funny little sketches and PA Dutch sayings in that book-so funny. I scored it on E-Bat and am just in love with it. I will definitely share some of the ideas:)

  2. I love love love this look. *whispers* I think I like it better than the dish towels themselves! 😉

  3. What a fun transformation!

  4. that is so cute! i love the stripes! fyi once again your blog disappeared from my reader, then last night, BAM, all the posts i had missed showed up at the same time!

  5. These projects, I love!

  6. This totally looks like a tea towel, I actually have those tea towels, and a rug on the kitchen floor that looks like this, how crazy! You did a great job

  7. I love these, and I have… oh, about 150 grill towels like yours that I used as napkins at my wedding. If you have any ideas about what I can do with them, don’t hesitate to let me know!

    • HaHa…I should do a main ingredient Monday for dish towels! I found some super cute ones at Tuesday morning and they are too cute to really use as dish towels!

    • I’ve seen them pieced together to make a really cute picnic quilt, kitchen valances, table runners, and shopping/gift bags just to name a few ideas. can you tell i am kinda into repurposing?? ha ha 🙂 Good luck on your endeavor!

  8. Cute project. I love the red and white. So clever.

  9. Hydrangeas and Harmony says:

    Love this idea! Just too cute.

  10. Oh my goodness Kim!!!!! This is FABULOUS!!!! Just love it!!

    Thanks for sharing at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!!

  11. This is so gorgeous! Love it!!!

  12. So cute!! I love the colors – I’m a huge red and white fan. Love it! Here from Whipperberry

  13. Your shelf and recipe block makeovers are simply devine! I love the fresh red stripes you added!

  14. Adorable ideas!! I think I may have to steal this idea!

  15. I love it! It totally looks like the dishtowel. Great recipe holder!

  16. Totally inspired. Love what you created.

  17. I love this it looks great thankyou for linking up xxx

  18. I love how you took your inspiration from dish towels! They turned out fantastic. I’ve never seen a recipe card holder like that before. Neat-O.

  19. Love it! They turned out so cute. I actually have those same dish towels. Love me some red!

  20. NICE! Love the way it came out!! I have those dish towels too lol

  21. Beautiful! I’d love for you to add it on my link party at: http://printabelle.com/?p=3188 Thanks!

  22. Kim this is so clever!!! I am featuring it at my party tomorrow, then I am pinning it, then I am making one myself. Thanks for sharing!

  23. LOVE this Kim!!! The stripe looks just darling and I love the way you distressed it!
    I featured you today – http://www.flamingotoes.com/2012/05/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-features-49/

  24. Those turned out so great! I did this same treatment on a dresser and I adore it! Love the little red feet on your recipe card holder…

  25. What a cute project! I love how it turned out! 🙂
    Thank you so much for linking it up to {nifty thrifty sunday} last week! You’ll be featured at tonight’s party! 🙂
    xoxo!
    Vanessa

  26. Great project! I love your towel theme! I painted a drop cloth in a similar pattern to use table cloth but am now repurposing it as a curtain for the front of a sideboard. I am going to have come back when I have a little more time! ‘night!!

  27. Cute idea!

    Where do you get dish towels like the red & white striped ones? Does anyone know where you can get buffalo check dish towels?

    Thanks!

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