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Contact paper placemats

This one is our halloween placemat, but you can add anything to you'r palcemat. (leaves, pictures,flowers, etc.)

To make any contact placemat first start off by cutting two pieces of contact paper. (both the same size)
Then peel off one piece and lay flat so the sticky side is up.
note- may need to add things to hold down the side so they do not flap over.
Then have fun decoration you'r placemat. Again you can add anything. We used old window clings to make this one. You can also add a border to ur mat by cutting out pieces of paper.
Once you are set peel off the other piece of contact paper and lay it even with the other one. (so that the sticky sides are toghter)and cut around to make even sides if you need too.
Then Done!


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