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she has cutted and pasted them on chipboard, painted the edges with a white opaque pen and finally attached a magnet on the back.

Fridge magnets out of bottle caps. -- I could see my students' pictures in these!

Cover a flat cookie sheet ($1 store!) with fabric and get an instant magnet board. Smart idea!

Re-ment / Japanese miniatures - obento

Look at this clever project of Ambrosia Girl, she decided to create tiny Polaroid magnets. On her website she offers a Polaroid template she used for the project, printing and adapting the selected photos in this format. Then she has cutted and pasted them on chipboard, painted the edges with a white opaque pen and finally attached a magnet on the back. Ingenious!

I have one of these. Instructions were to put your dreams in it, put in under your pillow and your dreams could come true.

free hi-res blank polaroid frames-- I have no idea what I am going to do with these but wonder if Toni didn't start with this when she made her cricut magnets for the swap

This would make a great hostess gift for someone with children. I am going to start on these right away... after October of course.

Create your own Magnet Board. Paint your old ones or look out for some really cheap ones in the supermarket.

Incredibly detailed pin on how to make those tiny books that fold open flat. I have tried to do this before, but never had clear instructions, this may work way better! Off to try again when this quarter is out!