DIY Fridge Shelf Liners: Refrigerator Shelf Liners

Fridge Shelf Liners tutorial- SWEET HAUTE
How to make DIY Fridge Shelf Liners! Make these fantastic easy fridge shelf liners in a few minutes on an afternoon this weekend! I love attention to detail! Organizing, unique decor, and the little details in my house are what ‘make’ my home….well, ‘home sweet home.’DIY Refrigerator Shelf Liners! I wanted to share something that I made for the refrigerator…or as my daughter would say ‘frigafraider’ {so cute}…with DIY shelf liners this craft can be done quickly and inexpensively, two things that I look for when doing anything DIY for the home to create a nice result.
DIY Fridge Shelf Liners Tutorial Project
DIY Refrigerator Shelf Liners– make them yourself!!
Fridge Shelf Liners tutorial- SWEET HAUTEShelf liners for refrigerator glass shelves!
This is a tutorial about how to make your own DIY Fridge Shelf Liners, for the glass shelves in your refrigerator! Fridge Shelf Liners, Mats, or Coasters which are basically ‘liners’ made for your fridge shelves. These keep your glass shelves clean and instead of pulling out entire heavy glass shelf, you merely just take out the liner and wipe clean…and voila, fast and done!
Supplies:
Credit Card
Cardboard
Scrap Paper
Pencil
I made them out of inexpensive place mats and adorable turquoise chevron self adhesive shelf liner that I got here. I ended up finding the place mats at Walmart on clearance but at regular price they are around $1 in my area, I’m not sure if they have any at the dollar store but go ahead check that out too.

If you can find place mats that are already rad, then you don’t need to put the extra effort in to transforming them with contact paper…just measure and cut to fit the shelf! I couldn’t find any that were already fabulous so I had to change the design and I am thrilled with the results! Yay!

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Step 1:
Roll out your contact paper to measure the amount needed for each place mat.
Step 2:
Carefully peel back the wax layer away from adhesive and and place the longest edge of place mat gently without making bubbles in contact paper.
Step 3:
Use a credit card /plastic card to smooth the self adhesive shelf liner paper to each place mat to ensure that it adhered onto the mat smoothly and with no air bubbles or creases. Slow and steady as to not create bubbles.
DIY Refrigerator Shelf Liners
Step 4:
For the refrigerator doors I simply traced the shelf with paper and then made a cardboard template ‘guide’ to cut the place mats into the correct shapes, then covered them with the chevron shelf liner paper!
It looks so cute every time I open the fridge for something….it makes me happy! 😉
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I did six of these refrigerator door shelf liners, three on each side for a french door styled refrigerator. It came out really so nice. The bottom shelf I use for the kids to reach their water bottles and kid friendly snacks.


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There you go, Fridge Shelf Liners…please leave a comment below!!!
I hope you find this tutorial helpful, please enjoy! Let me know if you do a similar project! What do you think? If you have any questions let me know.
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  1. Oh I love this idea!! It makes a boring fridge look ADORABLE! Thanks for sharing and thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday!

    1. Thank you and me and my family are really enjoying this happy addition to the fridge!

      Christina at
      SWEET HAUTE

  2. What a creative way to make something that’s usually boring so pretty! It would be so fun to see that every time I open my fridge!

    1. Exactly….it is SO cute and pretty now!! Thanks for visiting.

      Christina at
      SWEET HAUTE

  3. That’s a great idea! But please tell me that you staged your fridge for this picture…it is way more organized (and way more healthy) than I think my refrigerator has ever been! 🙂

    1. HAHAHAHhahahah the answer is ‘yes’ and ‘no’….yes it was a little bit staged because I was loading everything back in and just took pictures before placing EVERYTHING back so you could really ‘see’ the liners well. Yet no….because I usually keep it semi-organized so I can see what I have on hand and we do eat those items regularly because we are into fitness/weight lifting. Eventually I would like to eat only fresh/raw but it’s a big task to take on. Thanks for visiting!

      Christina at
      SWEET HAUTE

  4. Great idea. We definitely need these in our fridge. I will have to try to make these myself. I would love it if you would share this over at my link party that is going on right now.

    http://www.ifitsnotbaroquedesignblog.blogspot.com/

  5. Thank you, I appreciate it! No problem I would love to share it…;)

    Christina at
    SWEET HAUTE

    1. Thanks, we love it

  6. I would have never thought of this and the glass shelves on mine drive me crazy!

    1. It’s VERY helpful for cleaning.

  7. nice! i could totally use these and i love the diy alternative

  8. This is such a great idea! I had been looking at buying a expensive set of fridge coasters but couldn’t really justify the price. I will definitely be looking for some cheap place mates now! I’m inspired. Thanks! 🙂

    1. You’re welcome, I love to share and create

  9. This is fantastic! I’ve been seeing a few of these fridge liners floating around and NEEEED to do something with mine. I actually have two rolls of that exact contact paper right now. I smell a craft! 🙂

    Thanks for linking up with Tell Us Tuesday!

    1. The contact paper is so cute!

  10. Seriously love this idea! It makes cleaning the refrigerator so easy and adds major cuteness to the shelves! Thanks! Pinning 🙂

    *Visiting from Transformation Thursdays at The Shabby Creek Cottage*

  11. Such a wonderful idea! Thanks you so much for sharing at this week’s Project Inspire{d} ~ pinning.

    I hope to see you again at next week’s party.

    Hugs,
    Mary Beth

  12. I need to do this. It’s amazing how much it adds! I’d love if you’d link up to The DIY’ers: http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-diyers-and-our-country-weekend.html

    1. Thank you for your comment!

  13. Thanks for linking up to Gingerly Made’s Show & Tell. You’ve been featured!
    http://www.gingerlymade.com/2013/08/show-tell-features_20.html

    1. AWESOME thank you for your encouragement and support;)

  14. This is so cute! How fun would it be to see blue chevron every time you open the fridge!! I would be thrilled if you have the chance to share this at our new Fall DIY Challenge if you haven’t already- today we are linking up BLUE projects – old or new! Hop over to The Happy Housie to share yours! Hope to see ya there!

    – Krista

  15. Christina! These are adorable! I’ve been looking for a way to DIY this forever. Super duper cute! Thanks so much for stopping by Absolutely Arkansas today, looking forward to the Thursday link-up!

    Xo Kylie

  16. What a brilliant idea! I hate cleaning the fridge, your mats look so much easier and cleaner. Awesome! Thank you so much for linking up to our Get Your DIY On Challenge this week. Next week is Fall Themed Wreaths, I hope you’ll make it back and share with us! Have a great week!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog

  17. This is too cute! I’m totally about to pin it. I’d love it if you’d link this up to my blog hop party, DIY Weekend:

    http://mrandmrswinslett.blogspot.com/2013/09/diy-weekend-919.html

    Thank you!
    Miranda @ Mr. and Mrs. Winslett

  18. Great idea. So simple and clever.

    1. Thanks for visiting, thanks

  19. Genius!

    1. Thanks, we love them

  20. I love this idea! What kind of placemats did you use? Fabric? Plastic?

    1. I used plastic ones from walmart.

    2. plastic from Walmart

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  22. Please tell me where exactly you used the place mats. I just don’t see how they fit on the square shelves.

    1. Hi, I cut the placemats to fit the shape of the glass portion only, most of the mats are still a rectangle shape. For the more coverage just buy more mats I only bought about 8 mats. Then used cardboard for the door shelves.

  23. Please tell me where exactly you used the place mats. I just don’t see how they fit on the square shelves.

    1. Hi, I cut the placemats to fit the shape of the glass portion only, most of the mats are still a rectangle shape. For the more coverage just buy more mats I only bought about 8 mats. Then used cardboard for the door shelves.

    2. Idk if my questions are going to you bc they aren’t showing on the blog, so i’m going to try this way one last time. I’m wanting to do this but am confused on if you have to use the contact/adhesive paper if you use the placemats? Thank you for your help, I hope this goes through…

  24. This is so freaking adorable….we just remodel our kitchen with new appliance and this would such a sweet and surprise for the people who still likes to raid my frig….thank you so much for sharing this brilliant idea….

  25. Fantastic! I love this idea. I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams on Fridays 😀 Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party

  26. BRILLIANT idea and so fun! Thanks SO MUCH for sharing it at Project Inspire{d}! xo

  27. I love this! I’m so going to do this the first chance I get. I love the liners you can purchase but this is so much less expensive! Thank you for the great idea

  28. Thank you for this wonderful idea! But i’m confused about the contact/adhesive paper. Do you use it on the placemats or is that only if you can’t find the design you are looking for? Thank you for your help, can’t wait to try this!

  29. I love this! You are so creative. This looks awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  35. trish says: Reply

    How many rolls of contact paper did you buy?

    1. I bought 4 but I had so much left over. I only ended up using one roll for the project:)

  36. Linda Manns Linneman says: Reply

    I really love this idea for shelf liners for the frig. This would make cleaning so much easier. Thank you so much for sharing. I will be doing this soon

  37. alicia szemon says: Reply

    this is such a cute idea! really makes the fridge look cool!

    1. thanks, and thanks for visiting Alicia

  38. clojo9372 says: Reply

    I love your color schemes in whatever you decorate. It’s very bright and cheerful, and I love how you seem to be able to do that with something as boring (imo, anyway) as a refrigerator! You are a very talented and creative person! 🙂

    1. thank you, I try to create a fun and beautiful place for our family:)

  39. Amy Green says: Reply

    I like this project! It reminds me of something that would be going on in the kitchen of the tv show, “The Golden Girls”. I love that you can change the design to suit your mood or even to go with whatever current holiday we’re celebrating!

    1. golden girls…? lol ok thanks for visiting

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