arrow_circle_down How to make a Mouse Pad
Kim, Faye, Darina and I went to an Digitising Seminar last week, and one of the requirements was to bring your own Mouse Pad.
Faye shared the Mouse Pad she made and started a trend!!
How styley did the KK Girls look with our gorgeous Mouse Pads (and bags)
Darina made the bright set for Kim, the Black and White set for me. and Faye made her beautiful Purple set
I missed the e-mail, but luckily Darina was onto it and made me one - Thank you Darina!!
So how can you make a Mouse Pad?
The girls have used our
As Darina says "I have made mine with fusible fleece as the wadding and then just putting the vinyl in the centre section. Very easy to do and really no different to make any normal coaster or placemat"
The design set includes full photo step-by-step photos - If you are new to this style of design, watch Kay's
which uses the same techniques
As you can see below, there has been a variety of materials used.
The majority have been made with vinyl for the middle piece. although Judi has done the opposite with vinyl on the outside and fabric in the middle
Faye shared her great idea of using non-slip shelf lining for the backing
Jean used an actual mouse pad for her centre
Marilyn used 'real' leather for her centre
How about a matching mouse pad and Coaster like Nicola,who used vinyl for her centre
Julie makes her Mouse Pads to sell at the market - how cute are they??
Anne used our Free In the hoop Photo Frame for her very cute Mouse Pad
Looking for gift ideas? Make a Gift set like Darina - matching bags and mouse pads!!
Darina used our In the hoop Coin purse for her bags
Be sure to join our Kreative Kiwi Group and share your Mouse Pad photos!