Wednesday, January 26th, 2011...6:08 am

Splat Mats

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With all this creating I have been doing  I have been thinking about the perfect splat mat for our playroom. It seems nothing online is quite big enough to capture a real mess.

That’s why I think it’s time to make my own. I love these new laminated fabrics from Amy Butler. The bold, fun patterns will add a little cheer to any space.  If you live in Montclair, you can see the fabrics at  Rock, Paper, Scissors.

This should protect my floor from even my most devilish of creators.

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3 Comments

  • These fabrics are some of my favorites in the store! Great for any number of things!! And great patterns and colors to boot. Wht more could we wish for? Thanks for the shout out!

  • My kids LOVE to paint, so I rely heavily on splat mats! I have found a super inexpensive alternative… Target sells holiday tablecloths for practically every holiday (valentines day, easter,etc.). They are like a plastic-coated fabric which is backed by felt or flannel which gives it more stability than a regular plastic tablecloth and keeps it from slipping. They are bigger than any splat mats I have found (I think they are like 60×60 or maybe larger) and WAY cheaper…. $4.99, but 50%off if you wait until the day after the holiday! I just got one that is just stripes from the valentine collection and I paid $2.50. Oh, bonus- you can put it in the washer and dryer!

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