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How to Make Marble Magnets {cute + thrifty!}

How to Make Marble Magnets {cute + thrifty!}

One of my first DIY crafts and definitely my favorite! I spent hours scouring the tiniest images in magazines.

One of my first DIY crafts and definitely my favorite! I spent hours scouring the tiniest images in magazines.

Thrifty Thursday: Alphabet Stones - Bubbly Nature Creations

Thrifty Thursday: Alphabet Stones

Thrifty Thursday: Alphabet Stones - Bubbly Nature Creations

Fun with beads and plates!

Fun with beads and plates!

DIY paper glass magnets...another great gift set idea - use flat-backed marbles and glue whatever you want to the back!

DIY paper glass magnets...another great gift set idea - use flat-backed marbles and glue whatever you want to the back!

use scrap paper or whatever and the glass stones in the flower section of michaels magnets and adhesive voila!!!

use scrap paper or whatever and the glass stones in the flower section of michaels magnets and adhesive voila!!!

Eu ainda não sou mãe, mas tenho certeza que essa data é importante não pelo forte apelo comercial, mas pela lembrança que evoca o afeto ent...

Presentes para o Dia das Mães

Eu ainda não sou mãe, mas tenho certeza que essa data é importante não pelo forte apelo comercial, mas pela lembrança que evoca o afeto ent...

Map magnets of places you have been projects-i-want-to-make

Map magnets of places you have been projects-i-want-to-make

MARBLE MAGNETS:        What You’ll Need:  Mod Podge {Glossy}-- Small, Strong Round Magnets-- Flat Glass Marbles-- Sponge applicator brush--Hot Glue Gun--Small (paper) Pictures--Place marble over picture, trace then cut out picture just a smidge inside the traced line.  Apply a small amount of Mod Podge to the back {flat} side of the marble piece.    Place marble on top of the picture, and press down.  Mod Podge will dry clear.  Dry. Once dried, attach magnet to the back using hot glue.

MARBLE MAGNETS: What You’ll Need: Mod Podge {Glossy}-- Small, Strong Round Magnets-- Flat Glass Marbles-- Sponge applicator brush--Hot Glue Gun--Small (paper) Pictures--Place marble over picture, trace then cut out picture just a smidge inside the traced line. Apply a small amount of Mod Podge to the back {flat} side of the marble piece. Place marble on top of the picture, and press down. Mod Podge will dry clear. Dry. Once dried, attach magnet to the back using hot glue.

DIY Magnetic Frame with painted frame, sheet of metal, and fabric covering

DIY Magnetic Frame with painted frame, sheet of metal, and fabric covering

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