Easy DIY Magnets

Here are the instructions on how to make these Easy DIY Magnets:

1. I used a 1 inch circle punch to cut out circles of some fun scrapbook paper.

2. I bought the glass part at Ben Franklin -big pack for around 3 dollars(you can get both large and small-I like the large best-but I guess it depends on where you are putting the magnets.) I also bought the magnet part at Ben Franklin-8 for around $3. (You could probably find this at any craft store and maybe even Walmart)

3. I used a sponge paint brush to apply mod podge to the paper side you will see through the magnet. Then I pressed it to the glass part and held it for a minute. Let it dry for a moment.

4. Hot glue the magnet to the back of the glass with paper. And that is it! Super easy and very cute!


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Comments

  1. Thank you for the instrucions! Now I have something to do with all my leftover scrapbooking papers!

  2. these are so adorable! I am going to post a link to this on my blog http://www.babycakescreations.blogspot.com
    Love it!!

  3. These are really cute! Thank you for sharing. I am thinking that this would be a fun and easy craft to have my young women at Girls Camp try.

  4. Happy Mommy Says: May 20, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    What kind of glass is that? Are they the glass beads that go in the bottom of a vase? Just wondering what section of the craft store the are in! Please let me know. I love them!

  5. Happy Mommy,
    Yes they are the glass beads/rocks for the bottom or vases. I have even found them at Target. One bag will last a while

    Crafting Chick Becky

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