Idea: Homemade Mousepads

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As some may know, I deal with computers all day long and I like to have my computer space feel at home, comfy, and cute!  One of my first sewing projects was to create a Homemade Mousepad!  Thanks to Pinterest I found a pattern that showed me exactly how to do it and I must say that it was pretty easy; even beginners could do it!  All I needed was my sewing machine, fabric, non-slip shelf liner, paper towel, and modpodge!  I know, the material combination sounds weird, but the outcome was awesome!  Check it out!

source: http://www.howjoyful.com/2012/01/super-easy-fabric-scrap-mousepad-tutorial/

7 Responses to Idea: Homemade Mousepads

  1. Very cool tutorial. Thanks for sharing! I just may have to try this out!

    Jennifer

  2. Plucky says:

    Its definitely easy and pretty fun too!!

  3. Donna says:

    Cute and easy. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Aaaah I love the polka dots! I've seen tutorials for re-covering a mousepad in fabric, but never one for making one from scratch. How cool! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

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