DIY Magnets Project

  1. Make Your Own Magnetic Marbled Coasters Out of Clay

    Make Your Own Magnetic Marbled Coasters Out of Clay
    ‘Tis the season for holiday hosting! When you’re getting your house ready to throw a family get-together, be sure to take precautions to protect your furniture and other belongings from spills, stains, and other messes. That’s why we’ve put together this simple marbled coaster DIY. The best part of this project? The coasters are magnetic, so you can stick them on your fridge when you aren’t using them for easy clean up as well.  Continue reading →
  2. How To Make A Magnetic Bookmark

    How To Make A Magnetic Bookmark
    Many bookworms will understand the frustration of losing your place when reading a good book. Whether you’re interrupted in the middle of an exciting chapter or you need to take notes on something you’ve just read, remembering your page number is one extra and unnecessary step. With this DIY project for a magnetic bookmark, you won’t leave all your pages dog-eared. Even if you’re not a big reader, with this magnetic bookmark you won’t lose your place in your magazine, textbook, and even your journal. Continue reading →
  3. 3 Ways To Upcycle Altoid Tins With Magnets

    3 Ways To Upcycle Altoid Tins With Magnets
    Altoid tins are not only full of refreshing candies, but they are also extremely useful after you’ve consumed all of the Altoids. The magnetic properties of the tin make it easy to upcycle and reuse. So, before you throw your Altoid tin away, here are three ways you can recycle it: Continue reading →
  4. How To Create A Magnetic Poster

    How To Create A Magnetic Poster
    As you know, you can use magnets to decorate your home in many unique ways. You can also use the power of magnetism to make an already existing piece of art a more functional item in your home. If you’re looking for a creative way to hang notes, art, or display CDs, a poster magnet board is a great way to do it. This fun, interactive piece of art is perfect to hang in a game room, a music room, or even at the office to organize in a decorative fashion. Follow the steps below to create your own! Continue reading →
  5. DIY Magnetic Scrabble Game

    DIY Magnetic Scrabble Game
    The word game Scrabble has been around since 1938 when the first version was invented by architect Alfred Mosher Butts. It didn’t become a household item until 1952 when, according to legend, the president of Macy’s discovered the game while on vacation and ordered it for his store. Now, the game can be found in one out of three American homes and is even available electronically. And, with this simple tutorial, you can repurpose an old Scrabble game and make a magnetized version so you never lose a piece again! Continue reading →
  6. DIY Magnetic Father’s Day Gifts

    DIY Magnetic Father’s Day Gifts
    Running out of time to get dad a memorable Father’s Day gift? You can use magnets to create these last minute presents for the hands-on dad who already has it all. Try making life easier for dad by cleaning the garage or making a magnetic wristband. Don’t be intimidated by this daunting task. You can make it fun and easy using magnets! Continue reading →
  7. DIY Magnets: 4 Easy Easter Basket Stuffers

    DIY Magnets: 4 Easy Easter Basket Stuffers
    Easter will be here in a flash -- or hop. Bunnies may be the mascot of the holiday in the U.S., but baskets are almost as iconic. The tradition of giving baskets filled with goodies during Easter seems to tie to the bunny. In other words, the Easter bunny is to baskets as Santa is to gifts -- the two go hand in hand. If you haven’t put your Easter baskets together yet, we have a few creative ideas for basket stuffers. The following basket stuffers are great for grown-up party favors or teacher gifts. Continue reading →
  8. DIY Dr. Seuss Magnets

    DIY Dr. Seuss Magnets
    Almost everyone can remember reading the rhyming and imaginative books of Dr. Seuss as a child. Some of his stories like The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham and How the Grinch Stole Christmas have become so well-known that many of us can probably recite pieces of them by heart. Dr. Seuss, whose real name is Theodor Seuss Geisel would have turned 111 on March 2nd. To mark the famous writer’s birthday, teachers, celebrities and many others are celebrating by reading his stories and doing Seuss-themed activities. If you have some old Dr. Seuss books, here’s a neat glass magnet tutorial to try. Continue reading →

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