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I like to package the magnets up in a clear treat bag and matching paper. This time, I glued tiny washers to the back of a folded piece of card stock to keep the magnets from sliding around inside the bag. Then I cut out coordinating paper. I folded that over and secured it to the bag with staples. Another strip of paper covered the staples.

Make a quick gift: Glass gem magnets ~ Madigan Made { simple DIY ideas }


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Thrive 360 Living: DIY Glitter Gems & Magnets I think I have been deprived up to this point in my life she said in a Malcolm in the Middle's best friend voice

a dollar store burner cover magnet board.

Cheap magnetic boards from burner covers they sell at Dollar Store-- Good idea! Mod Podge scrapbook paper on the burner cover. Great for the kids craft room!

olive bites studio home of cat ivins and the polarity locket: Upcycled Jewelry Tutorial - Christmas Countdown Week lll - let's make jewelry!

Upcycled Jewelry Tutorial: From Handmade Spark Member Catherine Ivins

Ever tried decoupage? One of the most terrific things about this type of craft is that it can be done both elegantly by adults and then also by kids to have fun. You may be surprised at how pretty your projects look, even on your first try. That simple glue and paper, attached to a …

40 Decoupage Ideas for Simple Projects

old credit cards, (hotel room keys.) cut to size. glue on scrapbook paper, pictures, stickers. add a layer of mod podge to seal.

Awesome way to remember a trip without buying one of those cheesy state keychains

"Save a map from your vacation and make your own souvenir keychain out of a Jenga block." I like the idea of using a map to make a keyring - possible Father's Day gift!

Alphabet letters; use clear glass gems and mod podge letters; add magnets (optional)

White paper with letters printed out or white paper with alphabet stickers placed on top, 2 bags smooth round glass stones, magnets other items glue mod podge scissors

Microwave Girl: How to: Glitter Magnets Use E6000 glue and Folk Art varnish to seal the glitter after gluing on marble and letting it dry.  Find varnish with the craft paints.

Microwave Girl: How to: Glitter Magnets Use glue and Folk Art varnish to seal the glitter after gluing on marble and letting it dry. Find varnish with the craft paints.

Sure, everybody's got fun magnets. But do they have magnets featuring faces of those they love? Mod Podge Rocks! shares a simple tutorial.

Fun face glass magnets

Fun face glass magnets - Mod Podge Rocks **Tried this in the past, but the flat marbles I had contained a lot of bubbles and scratches so the end result wasn't that great.using different marbles of course!

DIY - Glass Fabric or Scrapbook Paper Magnets Step-by-Step Tutorial using Glass Floral Gems + Mod Podge. These would make a pretty gift.

Glass refrigerator magnets make an awesome gift idea. They are easy to make with Modge Podge, glass gems, scrapbook paper or fabric, and magnets.

pretty paper flower (made from old books) turned key holder.

Top 15 DIY Key Holders & Racks For Your Home

Paper flower key-ring hook made from wire hanger. Easy and cheap. Might even do it with some of the kids school art!

homemade recipes for crafting supplies | Scrapbooking Faeries

This Mod Podge formula guide explains all of the different Mod Podge formulas and how to use them. Completely updated with all of the new formulas for