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Oops Mat – Create Art A Little Bit Neater

10/28/2007 at 09:34 AM ET

New_photo_regWe all know our kids get messy while doing art projects. It’s a given, but you can protect your table or floor a little better, rather than just using newspaper. Oops Mat is a small company out of Michigan that makes reusable child craft mats, the Oops Mats. These reusable child craft mats protect your furniture and floors from a child’s crafting and art activities. You can clean it easily with soapy water and a scrubby sponge. It comes in a few sizes to make sure your budding Picasso has enough room to work.

Through Christmas 2007, the company will be donating a portion of their internet sales to Child Abuse and Neglect Councils and Advocacy Centers and Autistic Society of America.

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Rebekah on

I bought one of these for my daughter and she has been using it for years. This thing is incredibly durable. We began using it for art projects when she was just a toddler, but now we use it for school projects. Amazingly, my wood table has stayed paint-free for all these years! It’s worth the $.

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