DIY: Fringed Placemat From Drawer Liners

Bring some style and handmade flair to your table by DIY-ing your own placemats! Have some leftover drawer liners and pieces of fabric or ribbon? That's all you need to create these simple and chic placemats. Keep it elegant with muted tones or brighten up your table with funky patterns and vibrant colors. Drawer liners are the perfect material to use as placemats, because they are durable, easy to clean, and with a touch of creativity, even stylish! What I love most about this project is that it's super easy to make. Now, you'll just need a delicious meal to serve with it.

Materials: Non-Adhesive Drawer Liners (I bought mine for the dollar store) — Fabric Strips and/or Ribbon (tip: try to choose a fabric that does not fray too much when you cut it) — Scissors

• Cut the drawer liner to the size you wish for your placemat. Get creative and make it a circle, heart or any shape you desire.
• If the holes in the drawer liner are not wide enough to easily slide fabric through, give them a little snip to make them wider.
• Slide fabric through the holes and knot it.
• Repeat this step all around the edge of the liner.

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  1. Very hip! Creative idea~

  2. Why thank you! My favorite part is that it's so easy to make too.


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