15 DIY Doormat Ideas with Flex Seal
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Flex Seal sprays out as a thick liquid and seeps into and around doormat fibers to form a watertight, flexible, rubberized coating that helps seal out the elements. Flex Seal DIY doormats hold up for the long haul. They’re rugged and super durable in the face of foul weather and foot traffic.
If you’re looking for doormat ideas, step right up. Check out these flextastic DIY doormats made by people across the country.
Do you expect your guests to bring some wine whenever they come over? Same.
This carefully cut stencil and flawlessly applied Flex Seal design transformed a plain doormat into a LOL moment.
Leave the negative juju at your own place, or you’ll get the evil eye!
Rain and snow can’t bring this holiday doormat down! Seasonal doormats made with Flex Seal are more likely to last lots of holiday seasons.
Val used freezer paper to create her stencil and ironed it into position to ensure that the fine lines around Santa and the reindeer were well-defined. Her DIY doormat tutorial video does an epic job of demonstrating how to make a custom doormat with Flex Seal.
Sarah Hill chose thoughtful, modern typography and an olive branch to make her handcrafted doormat look like a million bucks.
A popular way to preserve the graphics on a store-bought or DIY doormat is by applying a coat of Flex Seal clear to the surface. The transparent waterproof sealant will help preserve the quality of the original artwork better than if it was left untreated.
The force is strong with this doormat. This family doormat showcases their love for The Mandalorian. We dig it.
Home for the Holidays is a great opportunity to warm up your welcome mat. How about a cheerful new design? You can make your own DIY doormat with Flex Seal, choosing whichever Flex Seal colors you like best.
Whether you’re a feline magnet or just warning the allergy-prone, consider this purr-fect DIY doormat your formal warning.
Pets leave paw prints on our hearts… and doormats!
From an application POV, if you hadn’t considered the importance of vacuuming your doormat before applying a stencil and paint, let this tutorial be your guide. When you spray your DIY doormat with Flex Seal, the design will be locked in tight. Just make sure you vacuum your mat first, to eliminate loose fibers, which will help with the crispness of your design.
Granddogs are allowed indoors, but they must wipe their paws first.
Looking for DIY doormat ideas? This prime time television-themed roundup promises to make your friends smile. Use Flex Seal Colors to make one of these doormats for yourself!
Baseball fans, this one is for you. A simple swap of the “o” makes it obvious which game will be playing on TV when you walk through the door.
If you can read this doormat, you are too close for comfort!
Whether you’re asking guests to remove their shoes or requesting that the delivery man leave packages by the side door, it’s easy to put your welcome mat to work with a custom message.
No shoes, no problem. And if someone does leave their shoes on, that’s a different story.
We hope you got the inspiration needed to make your own DIY doormat. Flex Seal Colors and Clear spray products offer crafters a range of options and ensure durability throughout all seasons. Now you can easily make a doormat that can last with the help of Flex Seal!
If you’ve made a DIY doormat using Flex Seal, we want to see it! Use the hashtag #FlexDIY to show us your crafty creations for the chance to be featured in a future blog.
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