Who is the chef in your house? It could be your husband or wife, your daughter, your mother or even your nanny. As the holiday season approaches, perhaps a good gift for the cook in your life would be a personalized apron. Standard aprons of all colors and sizes are available at various local craft stores, and the personalization can be done right from your inkjet printer. You could have it made by a specialized company, but when you have the means in your home office, why spend the extra money?
Your kids have been using the inkjet to print out pictures for the photo album they are making for grandma, so you will certainly want to buy some replacement Epson T069320 ink cartridges before starting this project. Any office supplies store should have them, and if not, hundreds of online stores will. When you are at the store, make sure you pick up some iron-on transfers as well.
Get online and find a design that you like. The printer should come with software that provides a template to get you started, but the rest is up to you, after all you know this chef better than anyone. Maybe a picture of their face or of the family, or maybe even a sports team logo would be a good place to start. Once you decide which image or graphic you want, you need to decide the wording and the font that will go with it. Fortunately, multi-colored ink, such as HP 60XL Tricolor ink, will allow you to really get creative.
“Deliverer of deliciousness” or “Creator of all things in my belly” or “Captain Cuisine”… These are just a few suggestions, of course, but you get the gist. Once your design is completed, print it out onto the iron-on transfer. Hopefully the same person that does all the cooking isn’t the same person that does all of the ironing! The high-quality Dell M4640 ink will provide vivid colors, and after the design is ironed on and your idea has come to life, you will be ready to give the chef the best compliment and gift ever!