While I made gingerbread aprons for the five grandkids who are under five years of age, I knew the 16 year old shouldn't be left out, but he needed something more appropriate. He helps his grand-pop in the kitchen with potato pancakes and so his apron reflects his "apprenticeship" status. A plain purchased apron from a craft store or warehouse type store is a blank canvas and ready to be personalized. In this case, I made a caricature of the young man and put cooking utensils in place of guns. He often wears a three-cornered hat to SASS shooting events and so that added an even more personal touch.
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