- Vinyl, cut to fit your tabletop
- 4 colors of contact paper, 3 yards each
- 1 piece of card stock
- Dinner plate
- Straight edge
- Measuring tape
Circles make for an easy plate (or trace a real dinner plate).
To make the cutlery, just use your grade-school geometry – an oval for the bowl of a spoon, a rectangle for the tines of a fork, and a triangle for the knife blade. Make it easy by creating templates so you only have to measure once.
To store your table mat for future use, hang it over a closet rod or on a clip hanger. Folding or rolling your mat will create creases in the contact paper.