DIY Magnet Project

  1. DIY Magnet Trampoline

    DIY Magnet Trampoline
    The basics of positive and negative force can be difficult to understand without hands on experience. That’s why playing with magnets is not only fun, but also educational! An extremely enjoyable and slightly addictive way to do this is by creating a magnet trampoline. Continue reading →
  2. DIY Magnetic Terrariums

    DIY Magnetic Terrariums
    Terrariums are all the rage right now -- but, if you don’t have the money or space to make larger pieces to add to your decor, small magnetic terrariums may be the way to go. Terrariums are glass containers that house small plants inside. They can be sealed to allow for more plant growth or open to the atmosphere. They are often kept as decorative or ornamental items. These pieces are very easy to make, but real plants and large glass containers can cost you a pretty penny. Follow our guide to make some mini magnetic terrariums to add some boho decor to your home. Continue reading →
  3. DIY Magnetic Cork Planters

    DIY Magnetic Cork Planters
    You can never have enough fridge magnets. Not only do they make great reminders and organizational tools, but they can also brighten up your kitchen by adding a little personality to your fridge. If you’re an avid recycler and plant-lover, you can make your fridge reflect your interests with this easy DIY for magnetic cork planters. Continue reading →
  4. DIY Post-it Note Speakers

    DIY Post-it Note Speakers
    Music is everywhere whether you’re listening for it or  not. Movies, television, and everyday life, from eating at restaurants to shopping at retail stores, wouldn’t be the same without it. Even the birds sing a soundtrack to the non-digital world where speakers don’t exist. We’ve already showed you how to make a speaker out of plastic cup or styrofoam plate, but what about something thinner and less rounded than traditional speakers? Well, using the power of magnets, it’s possible. Today, we’ll teach you how to make a speaker using a Post-it Note. Yes, you read that right, the sticky pieces of paper you use to remind yourself of things. Continue reading →
  5. DIY Magnetic Tool Holder

    DIY Magnetic Tool Holder
    If you have a lot of tools in your garage or shed you’re most likely one of three kinds of people. First, the super-organized type - at any time you could find every single tool you own. Second, the semi-organized - sure, you have a toolbox or tool holder, but do you really know where each particular screwdriver is when you need to put together your newest purchase? Lastly, the very disorganized - your tools are scattered throughout the shed or garage in no particular order whatsoever. Well, if you are one of the two latter types of people, then we have a DIY magnetic tool holder is just for you. The project is a way to organize screwdrivers or small tools using a strong magnet. Follow the steps below to create a bracket that will house a magnet, and make finding that small Phillips head easier than ever. Continue reading →
  6. How To Make Your Own Compass

    How To Make Your Own Compass
    Compasses have been around for centuries, but the earliest findings date back to China during the Qin dynasty (221-206 BC.) The first compass used for travel was also used by a Chinese man named Zheng He, who used it for navigating the oceans from 1405 to 1435. Today, you can find compasses anywhere from the dollar store to your smartphone. In order to demonstrate how compasses work, you can make your own compass using simple household materials that you probably already have lying around the house. Your homemade compass could also come in handy if you ever find yourself lost in the woods on a hiking trip with no power to your cell phone and no other way to escape! Continue reading →
  7. DIY Last-Minute Gift Idea

    DIY Last-Minute Gift Idea
    Even as the holiday season winds down, there’s always someone you forgot to buy gifts for, such as your coworker, your boss, or even a relative who lives too far away to visit. You can make thoughtful fridge magnets or ornaments using photos or images your forgotten friend will like. For example, if your boss has a favorite sports team, you can use a picture of their team mascot or their favorite player for this easy, DIY framed photo. So, if you still have a secret Santa or white elephant gift exchange coming up at work, you can make this magnetic last-minute gift in a few simple steps: Continue reading →
  8. Pin The Nose On Rudolph

    Pin The Nose On Rudolph
    New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest party holidays of the year. People all around the world will toast their accomplishments of the past year and look forward to the possibilities of the future. Traditional celebrations include fireworks, watching the ball drop in Times Square, NY, and drinking champagne. For those who are looking for refreshing ideas to add to the traditional celebrations, here’s a fun game to play at your party this year: Continue reading →
  9. DIY Magnetic Door Buffer

    DIY Magnetic Door Buffer
    Kitchen space can make or break the way you cook. If you don’t have enough room to stand and move about, how can you expect to get any food made? When living in a small apartment, whether it be in a big city or small suburb, you know about how much space the fridge takes up. With fridges being one of the largest appliances, you must position it for easy access, but also so that it won’t cause traffic jams when in use. With that being said, a lot of the times they end up in the corner with the door constantly slamming against the wall. Continue reading →
  10. DIY Cute Bike Magnets

    DIY Cute Bike Magnets
    Biking is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to travel. There are many health and sustainability benefits to cycling to work instead of driving or taking the bus. Not only does biking make your commute more enjoyable because you get to avoid traffic, but studies show that people who bike are actually happier overall. Whether it’s because commuting by bike lets people get more exercise or because it helps reduce their carbon footprints, it might be time for you to consider cycling to work. Of course, you may not want to start biking to work in the middle of winter, so you can show your appreciation for cycling in other ways like with this cute bike magnet: Continue reading →
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