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Sunday, January 10, 2010

You asked...

so we share!

The magnets from the previous post were made using these:


lids from the frozen concentrated juice cans
Hey! I never said they were healthy or low in calories!


The letters were printed on regular cardstock, six letters per page....
Cut, glue, and of course I had to add a little glitter around the edges because...

Well, because everything is better with a little bit of glitter!!!
A magnet glued on the back and....



Ta da!!!


"Thrift was never more necessary in the world's history than it is today"
~Francis H. Sisson~
1871-1933
Banker, Vice President of the Guaranty Trust Co

I guess things haven't changed much after all!!

14 comments:

Faye said...

Wow, Girl you are so talented! Thank=u for sharing. Hope you have a great day! Blessings, Faye

Polly said...

It was so nice of you to share your secret! Those magnets are really great! I love how they are oversized!

Thanks again!

Polly

LuLu Kellogg said...

Eeeeeeeek! I love these! Thank you so much for always sharing your wonderful ideas with us!

Love,
LuLu~*xoxo

Sharlotte said...

These are just too cute! Thanks for giving the "inside" story! I can just see all types of variation...but I think my favorites are the letters!

Anne~fiona and twig said...

Brilliant!
And thank you! :-)

Happy Sunday!
Anne

Rita said...

Grazie for sharing the idea. Love it Ciao Rita

Linda said...

OK so I will be buying some frozen concentrate cause I want some of those magnets! Thank you so much for the idea!

littlethings1 said...

I knew there was a reason for me to save all of those lids ! I have a container full of them! Thanks so much for sharing great project !!
Eunice
The Little Things

Petite Michelle Louise said...

ok..so now i have to start drinking frozen concentarted juice!!! merci for sharing!! :)

~*~*~~*michelle~*~*~~*

Sue said...

Great quote, and there you go being so nice. Giving away your magical secret to help others make their own awesome magnets, how nice. We were slammed today, a good thing.
Take care, Sue

bikim said...

QUE BELA IDEIA E PROJECTO!
BOA SEMANA!
ROSA

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Thanks for sharing your creativity!

vintage frenchhen said...

Thank you so much! OK...One more question, I promise not to be a pest. But...Where did you download the letters? They look perfect! Thanks again ~~~Marcia~~~

Stacey Steimle said...

I love these tutorials, hopefully I will have time one day to try some!!thanks for sharing.