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Magnets

Explore 25 projects, 5 articles, 9 videos, and more

Magnetic Chalkboard Bulletin Board

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Good Thing: Decorative Magnets

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Magnetic Calendar Board

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Perpetual Calendar

Steps:5
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Magnetic Chalkboard

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Magnetic Chalkboard How-To

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There’s always a lot going on in the kitchen -- collected recipes to try, grocery lists to write, maybe a postcard from a favorite restaurant. (The downside of many stainless steel refrigerators: Magnets don’t stick.) The panel here is a wooden art board, available at art-supplies stores; we customized it with a metal sheet to hold magnets and coated it with chalkboard paint for jotting down notes. Leather straps are used to hang it, and as a sleeve to keep a piece of chalk within easy reach.
Materials
  • Multipurpose spray adhesive, such as 3M Super 77
  • Wooden art board
  • Magnet-friendly metal panel, same size as art board
  • Chalkboard paint and paintbrush
  • Leather strap, 3/4 inch wide
  • Brads and hammer
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Duct Tape Wallets

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Dr. Seuss Magnetic Felt Fish Game

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Copper-Edge Magnet

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A Xyron machine creates stickers, magnets, and labels -- and even allows you to laminate. Martha demonstrated how this easy-to-use machine can help create copper-edged magnets.
Materials
  • Printed image, such as our spring chicken
  • Printer paper
  • Xyron machine with adhesive backing cartridge and magnetic cartridge
  • Scissors
  • Two-ply matte board
  • Bone folder
  • Scallop copper tape
  • Utility knife
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Good Things: Magnets and Decoupage Eggs

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