Kids’ aprons are a must-have during the Holiday season, so we have gathered a variety of styles that will keep their clothes tidy while they help out in the kitchen. Anthropologie is widely known for its fabulous women’s fashions but they are also incredibly fabulous in the few children’s products they carry. I adore their aprons for myself and my daughter is beyond thrilled when she can have a matching apron to mom!
We have searched high and low to find you the best aprons out there, not just from Anthropologie. Pottery Barn Kids is a great place to find darling, frilly aprons, usually in seasonal styles. Ikea and Crate and Barrel’s children’s site, The Land of Nod, have some great options. Lastly, if you are feeling crafty, we included a DIY option from Martha Stewart, that older girls could do as a project with a little help from a parent.
Linen Bunny Apron
Attach designs made of washable felt and rickrack to kid-size canvas aprons with fabric glue. An ornament doubles as a pocket (glue bottom and sides), the perfect place to stash a cookie for on-the-job nibbling.
Amazon is a great source for buying plain white canvas aprons for this project, costing under $4.
Amazon kids canvas apron