Sunday, February 21, 2010

Mod Podge Magnet Tutorial


These magnets are so cute and super simple to make!




 To Make...

I used 1 1/2" wooden circles from Michael's


and this awesome circle cutter.
 

 
Of course if you don't have a circle cutter, a good pair of scissors will work just fine.


I painted the wooden circles with black craft paint and cut out the paper circles on my favorite Amy Butler scrapbook paper.



{Amy Butler's designs are awesome!}

 I mod podged the paper onto the wooden circles and then placed a second coat of mod podge on top of the paper.  

After the paper was completely dry, I sprayed each circle with an acrylic sealer and placed a self-stick magnet on the back.
  

I love the way they turned out!!!  


 



This one is my favorite... :)






Hope you Enjoy!


 








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22 comments:

  1. So cute! I always make the marble magnets, but I really like this idea. I'm going to try some!

    Thanks

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  2. SO cute! I made some this weekend (a little different), but haven't quite finished them!

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  3. I *love* Amy Butler! I have only been using her paper for my little business. {Maybe that will change one day but for now it's sticking!}

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  4. I was trying to figure out who in the world was "The Tidy Nest" and when did I start following them? Then I clicked on it and realized you'd changed your blog name. Love it, and am loving all your cute ideas!

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  5. 'dorable!!! what is the cost breakdown? you could totally sell these; an etsy magnet store. :)

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  6. I think those are so cute! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  7. These are so cute. Great kids project for church. also, your new name fits you perfectly!!

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  8. hi from NZ, I'm a new follower to your blog :)love the magnets they are really cute. have just bought some modpodge for the first time- it's not that well known here. will have to give them a go!

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  9. Great idea! Thanks for sharing. I have the marble magnets on my fridge now, but I love the bigger ones for that show off that gorgeous fabric!

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  10. This is such a great idea! I love them!

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  11. Cute Cute! I went to the store and got some wooden circles and some squares! I could only find a 1" circle cutter not a 1 1/2". Guess I'll have to do it the old fashioned way. I did get a straight edge cutter though (much needed!)

    Like your new name for your blog! You are a tidy one! Do you still label everything with your label maker :)

    Keep the ideas coming 'cause I can't come up with any on my own :)

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  12. Those are adorable!!! Xazmin at This is the Year is hosting a Mod Podge party soon. You should enter this. :) I'm visiting from Kimba's party. Here's my link from the party:
    http://serenitynow4amanda.blogspot.com/2010/02/preserving-your-memories-without-losing.html

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  13. I love Amy Butler anything, this is a great way to use her lovely patterns! Thanks for linking upl

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  14. Great idea, yet so simple! I'm enjoying your blog....I just popped in from "Reinvented"!

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  15. LOVE IT! I am a new follower and I am actually suggesting this craft to my MOPS group!! I will of course give all the credit to you and advertise your fantastic blog!

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  16. These turned out great. I wonder if the same idea would work for thumb tacks...hmm. I might just have to try it.

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  17. I featured these in my Friday Favorites too! Stop by for the "I was featured" button. ~Lanie J.

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