So here is how I did mine. First I bought some green square placemats from Party City for $1.99 each. You could use rectangle ones but I thought the square would work better for my table since it isn't very large.
Next was to hot glue leaves onto the placemats. I found some greenery bushes at Hobby Lobby of course they were half off. The leave had different sizes and shades so I used one size for the first row.
The second row I used a different shade and smaller size.
I put a few smaller ones in the corners to give it a more round shape. You could stop at this point since a dinner plate would cover the middle of the placemat.
Here is how they turned out.
These placemats cost me under $25 to make for the set of four. That is less than half the cost of the original ones that I found in the catalog. It only took me a couple of hours to complete them.
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