Magnets don’t have to be boring ones from your cousin’s vacation spot. You can make cool DIY refrigerator magnets in less than 5 minutes! Make cool ones to suit your style because they also serve as some much-needed decor in your kitchen.
Refrigerator magnets really can be a lot of fun to make, especially if you get the kids involved. You also don’t just need to make these handmade fridge magnets out of scrapbook embellishments. Anything lightweight can usually be turned into a refrigerator magnet with a little bit of glue and a magnet. Remember, if the kids are involved with this craft, make sure that you control the Bostik power repair glue.
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The reason I chose scrapbook embellishments is that they’re usually small, lightweight and are flat on one side. That means that you can pretty much make anything into a magnet!
Some Other Items You Could Use:
- Small stones
- Buttons (fabric covered or regular holed buttons)
- Large rhinestones
- Chipboard Embellishments
- Lightweight, plastic animals
- Pom Poms
- Scrapbook Flowers
For these cute DIY fridge magnets I used very small round magnets. When buying magnets, get some that are appropriate to the size of your chosen objects.
Choosing The Best Materials:
You should not be able to see the magnet from behind your object. It’s also possible to buy a magnetic sheet and cut a custom shape. If you do decide to go that route, remember that a sheet magnet is usually flexible and much weaker than thicker button version.
If you choose a big item to glue to magnets, you can use two smaller magnets to ensure it is really strong.
There you have it! I loved making these cute DIY fridge magnets. They’re SO easy to make and this Bostik power repair glue is the PERFECT adhesive for magnets. Super strong and reliable!
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