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  • Sierra Ray

    how to turn tablecloths into rugs for your floor...a large rug for a really cheap price. Diy rug

  • Anna Woll

    Make a "floor cloth" out of a table cloth. if i use the paper bag idea for the floor downstairs, i will need some area rugs.

  • Nikki Wallace

    how to turn tablecloths into floor cloths for your floor...a large floor covering for a really cheap price.

  • jenny flowers

    DIY table cloth into an area rug with poly! This is the best idea I have seen for cheap pretty floor rugs!!

  • Kathy H

    how to turn tablecloths into floor cloths for your floor...a large rug for a really cheap price

  • Katy R

    "Floor Cloth" GREAT IDEA! table cloth or fabric coated with water-based poly. add a rug pad with double stick tape. i've been looking for an outdoor rug, but don't want to spend tons.

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