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Keep neat when your family feasts! Make personalized lobster (or any messy food) bibs for tidy tasting. Catch dribbles in style!
Lobster, spaghetti, watermelon, ice cream cones, paella, and corn on the cob are just some messy to eat foods! Here’s how to make bibs for any appetite or sloppy food.
Choose clean, recycled 50/50 cotton/polyester or 100% cotton T-shirts. Ask an adult to help you use Crayola® Scissors to cut away the sides and sleeves so you have a bib surrounding the neck ring. For fancy bibs, cut curves or designs in the edges.
Use Crayola Fabric Markers to decorate bibs with lobsters. Crayola® Fabric Markers stain clothing and surfaces, CLOSE ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED. If seafood isn’t on the menu, decorate bibs with something else. Make a bib for everyone at the feast!
Ask an adult to heat set the color so bibs can be laundered. Set iron on cotton and iron on the reverse side of the design with a back and forth motion for 4 minutes. Or place your bib in the dryer for 30 minutes on the hottest setting. Bon appetit!
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