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Bunnings mom turns $ 2.50 doormats into gorgeous rattan-look potholders

Crafty Mother turns Bunnings’ $ 2.50 doormats into gorgeous rattan-look pot holders for her plants

  • A mother told how she made potholders with Bunnings doormats
  • Posted to Facebook, Angela revealed that she used $ 2.50 mats and $ 3 rope
  • She cut the mat in half and used the rope to create a cylinder formation
  • Hundreds of people online said the DIY project looked ‘great’ and ‘brilliant’
  • The home craft project is very easy to do and anyone can replicate the method

A smart mom of two shared how she transformed $ 2.50 doormats she bought from Bunnings Warehouse into decorative rattan-style pot holders.

Angela shared images and a demonstrative video with the Bunnings Mums Australia Facebook group – which has over 168,000 members nationally – and quickly received praise from other social media users.

‘Plant carriers with mom make $ 2.50 doormats and Bunnings rope, they look great [and are] so easy to make, “she wrote.

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A smart mom of two shared how she transformed $ 2.50 doormats she bought from Bunnings Warehouse into decorative rattan-style potholders

A smart mom of two shared how she transformed $ 2.50 doormats she bought from Bunnings Warehouse into decorative rattan-style potholders

To make the potholders, Angela chopped the mat in half to create a rectangular shape suitable for the size of the pot, then used $ 3 string to sew the mat to herself

To make the potholders, Angela chopped the mat in half to create a rectangular shape suitable for the size of the pot, then used $ 3 string to sew the mat to herself

To make the potholders, Angela chopped the mat in half to create a rectangular shape suitable for the size of the pot, then used $ 3 string to sew the mat to herself

The online post quickly received more than 2,900 likes and hundreds of people said the DIY project looked ‘great’ and ‘brilliant’.

To make the potholders, Angela chopped the mat in half to create a rectangular shape suitable for the size of the pot, then used $ 3 string to sew the mat to herself.

She also used rope to make decorative bows and tie them to the various pot holders created.

She also used rope to make decorative bows to tie to the multiple pot holders

She also used rope to make decorative bows to tie to the multiple pot holders

The online post quickly received over 2,900 likes and hundreds of people said the DIY project looked 'great' and 'brilliant'

The online post quickly received over 2,900 likes and hundreds of people said the DIY project looked 'great' and 'brilliant'

She also used $ 3 rope to make decorative bows to tie to the multiple pot holders

“Just a great idea, they look great!” one person said online.

‘Stop! they look so good Bunnings will raise the price, “another quipped.

A third added, “That’s so creative and they look great.”

The home craft project is very easy to do and anyone can replicate the method at home

The home craft project is very easy to do and anyone can replicate the method at home

The home craft project is very easy to do and anyone can replicate the method at home

Both the seagrass doormat and the jute rope are available at Bunnings Warehouse retail locations and online

Both the seagrass doormat and the jute rope are available at Bunnings Warehouse retail locations and online

Both the seagrass doormat and the jute rope are available at Bunnings Warehouse retail locations and online

The home craft project is very easy to do and anyone can replicate the method at home.

Both the seagrass doormat and the jute rope are available at Bunnings Warehouse retail locations and online.

Other social media users were so impressed and inspired by the home project that they said they would try it for themselves.

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