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  • Mary Buck

    Kinda cute! Drop cloth table runner that's made to look like a tape measure! Full instructions included...

  • Irivette Sanchez

    Dress up your tabletop with ruler table runner -- it's made out of an inexpensive hardware-store drop cloth. (Would be cute as a back to school decoration.)

  • T Wolf

    DIY ruler table runner or growth chart. This would be cute for a back to school party.

  • Judi Hamilton

    Ruler Table Runner.. could have this printed as its just a craft idea think its cute

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