I’ve got another post in my “Around the Kid’s Table” series! I always try to make the “kid’s table” just as festive as the adult table! An easy way to add a little décor to the holiday kid’s table is to create a chair cover for the folding chairs. Today I will share with you how I make my no-sew chair covers from placemats, ribbon, and safety pins. These DIY chair covers are so easy!
I had these adorable turkey placemats from Pottery Barn Kids. After years of use, they still washed up great. I decided to recycle them into chair covers.
You will need a placemat for both the front and back of the chair.
Pick a grosgrain ribbon of choice. Cut enough in length to be able to tie a together around chair and form a bow. Use safety pins to attach ribbon to placemat.
You will also need a small piece of ribbon to attach to the top to the placemat so the cover will hang over the chair back.
Make a simple bow…and you’re done! Easy!
I have made these chair covers for various holidays. One of my favorite holiday chair covers are for Halloween and are from the spider web placemats found at the dollar store.
For my other “Around the Kid’s Table” posts see here: Thanksgiving Card Games, Thanksgiving Coloring Pages, Thanksgiving Bingo, Thanksgiving Headbands for Kid’s and Dolls, Kid’s Table Craft Caddy, Thanksgiving Play Ideas, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds, Holiday Appetizers for Dolls.
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