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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.

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Wow! We always have things posted on our fridge. How fun to create mini photo magnets out of bottle caps that will serve a dual purpose -- display photos while holding up school artwork or to-do lists!

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

Mini-polaroid picture magnets - super cute! If only I had time for this before Christmas...hmm. Great idea and how-to from ambroisagirl.com.

Concept by Anna LB, Home Life editors from Livet Hemma/Ikea Blog

Paint a white ball of yarn any color and place it over a glass to make an adorable vase! This is a great idea for glassware found at your local Goodwill!

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!

There's a photo tutorial here that is very clear even though it is written in Chinese. 自己做复古邮差小包

I see these old paintings at goodwill all the time that are not really my style but I hate the idea of them going to waste. This is a great way to use those paintings and keep the original art but flare it up for your own home!

DIY Printed Jeans! So easy and so cute! Can't believe I never thought of this!

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

38 Anthropologie Hacks - Thanks Nina, and Pam! Take a look!