You can make custom photo magnets at home? Yes, please. Finding new and innovative ways to display photos of cats is always a challenge! That is why I decided to show you how to make these fab insta worthy photo magnets at home.
Home decor DIY projects are my favourite type of craft project. You can imagine how excited I was when I received the new Brother VC 500W colour label printer. Admittedly, I wanted it to use in conjunction with my planner. However, the thought of some adorable home decor projects was an exciting challenge. So, I ploughed ahead and got to work!
15 Minute Make: How To Make Adorable Insta Worthy Photo Magnets At Home
Supplies you will need to make the photo magnets at home:
- Brother VC-500W Colour Label Printer
- 50m Sticky Label Refil for Printer
- Magnet Sheet like this one
- Maggie Holmes Magnet Studio Board
- Magnet Studio Calendar Magnets(where I got the other magnets used in the photo)
- Polaroid Photo Studio App
- Brother Color Label Printer App
- Fiskars Paper Trimmer similar to this one
Additional Video Resources:
How To Make Your Photo Magnets At Home:
Create images that you want to print on your label printer and import.
Resize, rotate and make sure they are the full width of the cartridge. Confused about how to do that? Please see the video to see how to do it on the iPad.
And now you can print!
So, I decided to create six magnets, so print as many photos as you want. Stick to magnet sheet and use a paper trimmer to trim your magnets et voila!
How easy is it to make Instagram worthy photo magnets at home?!
Style your refrigerator with your family favourites and if you liked this tutorial, don’t forget to share on Pinterest or go over to Youtube and hit the like button on the video!
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