DIY Magnets are something that if you are like our family- you can never have too many. We use magnets on our fridge, on at least a half dozen magnetic memo boards and dry-erase boards. One thing I didn’t like was constantly doling out money for packages of four or so generic magnets. And the more expensive designer magnets were not only cost to much, they also seemed to fall apart quickly.
What excites me about this DIY magnet craft is that most of the supplies can easily be picked up at our local Dollar Store or even in bulk at garage sales or thrift stores. I can’t tell you how many times I have seen totes full of half used sheets of stickers, bits and pieces of scrapbooking paper, clear gems inside vases, and all of odds and ends that come from unfulfilled crafter dreams. The kids now can customize their own magnets easily for their own use or even a cute gift to give.