March 2014

  1. DIY: Magnetic Jewelry Board

    DIY: Magnetic Jewelry Board
    Magnets have many different uses. When it comes to household organization they can be extremely useful. One way to use magnets to help keep your home and items organized is by creating a magnet board that can both display and organize various objects. Continue reading →
  2. DIY: Peeps Magnets for Spring or Easter

    DIY: Peeps Magnets for Spring or Easter
    One of the most iconic symbols of spring and Easter is the colorful marshmallow chicks and bunnies that start popping up in stores. Now you can turn those marshmallow candies into cute magnets, without sacrificing any of the goodies. Below is an abridged version of the DIY from Amy at Mod Podge Rocks. Continue reading →
  3. DIY: Wedding Save the Date Magnets

    DIY: Wedding Save the Date Magnets
    Weddings are one of the most special occasions. Although planning every detail may seem like a daunting task some details can be accomplished with little stress. For one, you can easily make save the date magnets that are almost as memorable as your special day. Continue reading →
  4. Ferrofluid: Overview and Experiment

    Ferrofluid: Overview and Experiment
    NASA first developed ferrofluid while experimenting with different methods to control liquid in zero-gravity space conditions. Since it was developed, ferrofluid is now used in a number of practical applications like: Continue reading →
  5. Spring Cleaning: Organize with Magnets

    Spring Cleaning: Organize with Magnets
    We are quickly springing into warmer weather, which may also mean spring cleaning for some people. One of the most important keys to make spring cleaning less of a chore is organization. Here are some DIY organization cheats that you can use for almost any space in your home from The Frugal Female: Continue reading →
  6. DIY Spring Flower Magnets in 4 Easy Steps

    DIY Spring Flower Magnets in 4 Easy Steps
    Spring has arrived and to celebrate we are making spring flower magnets! DIY flower magnets are a cute and simple project that you can do in just 4 steps. We have shared our tutorial below: Continue reading →
  7. Weird Magnet Fact of the Week: Magnets are Brakes on Amusement Rides

    Weird Magnet Fact of the Week: Magnets are Brakes on Amusement Rides
    Magnets don’t just go on your fridge. In fact, they are used in many technical, real-world applications. For example, magnets are used in amusement parks all over the world and in rollercoasters as braking mechanisms. The neat part about magnetic brakes is that magnets do not require electrical power and if the power stops, the brakes won’t be affected. Here’s how it works: Continue reading →
  8. Tips to Determine Magnet Strength

    Tips to Determine Magnet Strength
    Magnets come in varying sizes, shapes, and levels of strength. This can sometimes be confusing when deciding how strong of a magnet you need for a project. However, there are a few key considerations that may help to guide in the decision-making process. Here are 3 ways to help you determine how strong a magnet is: Continue reading →
  9. How to Make Saint Patrick’s Day Magnets

    How to Make Saint Patrick’s Day Magnets
    How to Make Saint Patrick’s Day Magnets Photo by Kanchelskis If you love DIY, magnets, and Saint Patrick’s Day, then you’re in luck. We have compiled a few DIY activities that you can do to celebrate this March 17th. Continue reading →
  10. How to make mini magnetic vases

    How to make mini magnetic vases
    Spring is nearly in the air, meaning it's time to freshen up your home with some nature-inspired decor.

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