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A fun, little, inexpensive project for a pin or magnet san Easter bonnet made from a bottle cap. This is a guide about making a recycle Easter bonnet cap.
This is a guide about making glittery glass magnets. These lovely glass magnets will add some sparkle to your fridge or magnet board.
I save the tins with cute, vintage looking graphics after cleaning out my cupboards to make desk sets and/or refridgerator magnets! They would make a cute gift too.
This is a guide about making a spring flower photo or note magnet. Add some spring cheer with this adorable flower photo magnet.
This is a guide about sealing home-printed photo magnets. Keep your homemade photo magnets nice by sealing them.
This is a guide about making photo magnets. Fun and decorative magnets are easy to make and are great gifts.
This is a guide about making beaded bottlecap magnets. Any small beads will work to make a set of these pretty magnets.
This is a guide about making a fabric bow fridge magnet. Take scraps of fabric to make these pretty bow magnets for your own refrigerator or to give to a friend.
Give your fridge color with some cute magnets and let Uncle Sam bring in the 4th of July. With a few scrap supplies and glue or thread, you can whip these up in no time.
I got a free image on Pinterest of several shapes of thread spools.I thought it would be a cool idea to use up some old trim I found for .50 a box.
This is what you really wish you could put on your office door.
A good use for those business cards that are attached to magnets. You can cut a photo to size and glue to magnet and place on your refrigerator.
These adorable ladybugs will bring you much joy when you put them on your refrigerator. Use simple supplies to craft these beautiful insects.
For the kid in all of us. Pick up a used Scrabble game at the thrift store and create a set of alphabet magnets to grace a fridge door!
These joyfully smiling flower faced magnets are adorable in the kitchen, not to mention easy and fun for kids to create.
My daughter created this cute little bunny magnet in no time. It would also be cute to wear as a pin. Simply glue a pin back to the back of the bunny's head instead of the magnetic strip.
I buy packages of metal fridge magnet frames at the euro shop and decoupage them. I cut out matching pictures from magazines to put into the frames to make them fancier. These make wonderful little gifts. I have also sold these at Xmas and Easter bazaars.
For the prettiest magnets use vintage earrings or brooches. I cut off the pin back on the brooches and the clip-on part of the earrings. Attach a small magnet with E-6000. I first noticed this idea at a craft show. They were selling for $5.00 and up to $10.00 each.
Following the instructions in the booklet, I made the letters that spelled out each of my childrens' names. I glued googly eyes tiny pom pom noses onto each of them. Then I attached a magnet to the back of each one.
This one is a shout out to the magnificent Rubik's Cube.
You can add color to the inside of your locker with these easy to make flower magnets. This is a guide about making flower locker magnets.
Refrigerator magnet featuring mouse on piece of cheese.
This cute bumble bee magnet is sure to be all the "buzz" hanging on your refrigerator.
Cute, quick and frugal gifts or decorations! The magnets are used canning jar lids and smaller ones are from frozen OJ concentrate can ends. Base coat white or brown and paint faces.
I find old unused broaches, take the back clip off and add a magnet to the back. I use them on the refrigerator to hold notes and stuff.
A quick and easy craft, great for school stalls:
I found this at Spenser's Alley, a wonderful craft "mini mall" here in Salem, OR where I live.
My daughter made these little foam art magnets for her dad on Father's Day. You could use these for any season or occasion. She cut out shapes and put adhesive backed magnetic stripping on the back.
I was doing a good cleaning on my refrigerator door and noticed most of my fridge magnets were advertisements. So, I went to my folder where I store pretty pictures, got out my glue stick, cut down a picture to slightly larger then magnet, and glued on a picture.
If you need more frig magnets to hang the kids' pictures and stuff, here is a cheap and easy way to make them. Buy a cheap bag of the wooden clip style clothes pins and the magnet strips you buy at the craft store. Have the kids use markers and color them.
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I'm making magnets to hold a child's drawings, homework, etc. I would like to personalize each one with their name with a whimsical form of writing. Any ideas, tips, etc.?
You could use a word art program and print them on card-stock then cut them in small circles. Then I get these glass disc that are round on one side and flat on the other. Paint the flat side of the glass with modge podge then lightly paint the cut card-stock press to the bottom of the glass let dry for 24 hours then hot glue magnet to the back.