but we needed magnets strong enough to hold school project lists and artwork.
One day while I was browsing the crafty aisles at Walmart,
I came across some fun things in a $1 bin.
There was bakers twine, stickers, mini stamp sets, and these fun badges.
Immediately I thought they would make great magnets…
and for the price I can make more when Halloween is over.
This craft was so easy that I actually didn’t do it…
my 2 youngest saw me setting up all my supplies and wanted to help.
I explained what I was wanting to do and they got right to work.
It’s kind of nice now that they are old enough to use scissors and understand directions:-)
I just helped put clothes pins back together and manned the glue gun.
6. Cut small pieces of magnet tape. Trim the edges so it fits the clothespin. Put a small line of glue from the glue gun on the sticky side and press to the back of the pin.
7. Attach them to your fingers before putting on the fridge…oh wait, that’s just for the kids:-)
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