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    I have learned to use clothes pins for everything. Why I never thought of doing this is silly. I deffinately going to do this one. ;)

    Make your own magnets. The glass pebbles are very cheap from Dollar Tree, Walmart - anywhere! ModgePodge scrapbook paper or stickers to the back of the glass and let it dry. Magnets put on with E6000 glue, though you could hot glue them also. Rub-on letters for initials.

    Homemade Gifts... Magnets (wonder if we could make this type of magnet look like a mini magnifying glass with a verse on the inside- spy / detective vbs camp cornerstone idea)

    Hey... with some clothespins, scrapbook paper, mod podge, and magnets, I could make these! =)

    {Scrabble magnet set} my fridge would become an ongoing Scrabble match!

    glass refrigerator magnets. Awesome gift idea. Easy peasy, made with Modge Podge, glass gems, scrapbook paper or fabric and magnets. I want to make these!!! Kohl's is selling something like these too but I like the idea of making them!

    love this idea, diy scrap book paper magnets. would be fun to make as friend gifts with words on them

    Will make this for my daughter for Mom's day (with pic of her and her son)

    Clothes pins decorate with vintage fabric... or even just painted. I love this idea-- you can attach a magnet to the back and have cute refrigerator clips.

    DIY tutorial for making magnets from vintage keys (tinged with rust makes them all the better) mother of pearl button glued to the front to cover the opening and conceal the round magnet that is glued to the back of the key. Perfect

    Rustic holiday stocking holder by brandnewtome on Etsy, $48.00....because you need a place to hang your stockings if you don't have a mantle.