Vintage Refrigerator Magnets

Vintage Refrigerator Magnets

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Everyone needs refrigerator magnets, so why not create these vintage ephemeral magnets from Glue Dots for a decked-out fridge? With just a few materials and embellishments you can create an artsy present for someone else or yourself!

 

 Materials:

  • Craft Glue Dots
  • 1" Glue lines
  • Various ephemeral cards
  • Sanding block
  • Magnetic stripping
  • Sepia inks
  • Rubber mallet
  • Embellishments:
    • Ephemera stickers
    • Watch faces
    • Dominos
    • Various fibers
    • Buttons
    • Bottle caps

 Instructions:

  1. Sand ephemeral cards along edges using a sanding block.

  2.  Drag ephemeral cards at their edges in sepia inks.

  3.  Cut magnet stips and place on back of ephemeral cards.

  4. With the rubber mallet, pound the bottle cap until it is flat and add a ephemeral sticker.

  5.  Adhere all embellishments using Craft Glue Dots.

  6.  Secure fibers with 1" Glue Lines.

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I love the look of these, with only been in our house a few months I havent had a chance to pick up any magnets which I keep meaning to go as Ive drawings from my Niece I need to pop up, so think could be good one for me to make.

Lowering the freezer compartment temperature excessively causes difficulties in maintaining above-freezing temperature in the refrigerator compartment.Domestic freezers can be included as a separate compartment in a refrigerator, or can be a separate appliance.Multidecks

i like this idea

These are definitly for an adult home. My grandson had them apart faster than I had made them. 0)).

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