Make your own DIY apron with this free punny kitchen SVG cut file and step by step tutorial! This cute hand lettered design makes for a perfect gift for the baker or chef in your life! Follow along for the full DIY apron tutorial and video below. This post contains affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you when you make a purchase through one of our links.
I just love puns, and cute punny objects are some of my very favorite things. I had so much fun making this apron, and it’s my new favorite item in our kitchen!
Wouldn’t it make a fun gift too? Just pair it with a whisk or pretty kitchen towel, and you have a perfect gift for anyone who loves to cook or bake!
Ready to make your own? If so, I’ve gotcha covered with the free SVG cut file, which you can grab below. Let’s do this!
How to Make Your Own “Whisky Business” Apron
You just need a few supplies to make your own punny apron.
“Whisky Business” Apron Supplies
- Blank Apron
- Heat Transfer / Iron On Vinyl (I used Siser Easyweed)
- Silhouette, Cricut, or other electronic cutting machine
- Weeding Tool
- Iron, EasyPress, or Heat Press
- My “Whisky Business” Cut File (Grab it from the link at the end of this post)
Step One. Prepare the Cut File and Cut the Design.
Start off by downloading the free cut file from the link at the end of this post. You will need to unzip the file first to access the different versions of the cut file. Next, open the cut file in your cutting machine software.
Once you have the design open in your cutting machine software, you will need to scale it to fit on your apron. I cut my design at about 7″ wide. Finally, because you are cutting your design from heat transfer vinyl, you will need to mirror (or horizontally flip) the design.
(P.S. If you are new to working with iron on, be sure to check out my beginner’s guide to heat transfer vinyl right HERE.)
Next, place your heat transfer vinyl shiny side down on your cutting mat (so you are cutting on the back side of the vinyl), load the mat into your machine, and send the design to your machine to cut.
Step Two. Remove Excess Vinyl.
Next, use your weeding hook (a straight pin or tweezers work well too) to peel off the excess vinyl from around the cut design. Don’t forget to grab all the little holes inside your letters!
Step Three. Iron on Design.
Next, it’s time to apply it to your apron! Simply flip the design over so it reads correctly and position it on your apron.
Then, with your iron set to the cotton setting and with the steam turned off, apply heat and pressure according to the application instructions for your vinyl. And finally peel off the carrier sheet to reveal your finished design!
And that’s it! What do you think? Do you know someone who could use a cute, punny apron?
Wanna grab that free cut file?
Free “Whisky Business” Kitchen SVG Cut File
Before grabbing your freebie, I would love it if you pinned the image above to a favorite Pinterest board. Spreading the word about our free SVG files helps to keep them free! 🙂
Please Note: This file is free for personal use only (making things for yourself or as gifts). If you would like to use these designs for products you make and sell, you can purchase a limited commercial use license in my shop HERE.
When you click the link below, you will get a ZIP file containing SVG, DXF, EPS, and PNG versions of the cut file. You will need to unzip the file before opening the individual files in your cutting machine software.
Note for Silhouette Users: Remember that you need the Designer Edition of Silhouette Studio to open SVG files! You can open the DXF and PNG versions of the design with the basic edition of Silhouette Studio. Read more about working with different file types and your Silhouette.
GET THE FREE WHISKY BUSINESS SVG FILE HERE
If you use this design, I would love to see it! You can tag me (@persialou) on instagram or share your photos to my facebook page.
Until next time, Happy Making!
Comments + Project Love
phyllis panza says
thank you for the file;
Alexis Middleton says
You are so welcome!
Patricia Richter says
Thank you Alex. Love your work!