These bottle cap magnets are to hang on your fridge. You can design them any way you like, with words or even pictures.
Approximate Time: 10 minutes
Note: If you wish to make bigger magnets, you can use jar lids, just use a bigger magnet on the back.
By rocketrider2011 from IA
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I am trying to make red hat magnets out of plastic soda caps. I can't figure out the best way to do it. Can you help me with some suggestions?
You will need rare earth magnets to glue inside. they are not expensive and they will be strong enough to exert their magnetism through the plastic cap. You could also just glue craft magnets to the top of the cap. Then use craft paint to paint them red. Good luck. sounds like fun.
This is a fun way to make a magnet out of a bottle cap. One of mine from a ways back. You can use fancy red fabric or lace, purple flowers and a pink ribbon?? Hope this helps.
You could use balsa wood or a sturdy cardboard (round ones larger than the cap) as the brim. Use a good glue to affix the lid to wood or cardboard then use a thin magnet affixed to the wood/cardboard (add last). Spray paint the hat red and embellish.
This is a page about making beaded bottlecap magnets. Any small beads will work to make a set of these pretty magnets.
Simply paint some milk or juice carton lids orange and create these cute pumpkin magnets with pipe cleaner stems and vines. You will find photos and instructions for making milk lid pumpkin magnets on this page.