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Love this idea more than just normal letter magnets.  But, I want them extra large size... have to get squares of wood and paint the lettering on myself.

absolutely love this idea! diy scrabble magnets to help you plan dinner for the week.

#DIY: wooden toy blocks as hooks

Been looking for a way to repurpose my kids' huge collection of wooden blocks -- there's gotta be a great re-use for them, huh? Any other ideas? diy: wooden toy blocks repurposed as hooks. And love that they are dipped in paint.

SCRABBLE FRIDGE MAGNETS! So easy & so affordable! You have got to try these.

Scrabble Fridge Magnets

I have wanted magnetic fridge letters forever! The ones you buy at the store are such poor quality though, they always fall off and they take up so much sp

Buy plastic animals from dollar store, cut in half, spray paint gold, and glue magnet on bottom. by lina

Animal Magnets: Buy plastic animals from dollar store, cut in half, spray paint gold, and glue magnet on bottom.

If I had extra scrabble pieces laying around i would do this is a heartbeat. anyone have a set they are missing pieces to or dont use ;)

DIY magnets made from Scrabble tiles. Play Scrabble on the fridge or spell out words!

chalkboard fridge magnet set... meal planning, anyone?

chalkboard fridge magnet calendar-- would be good diy -- wood plaquea painted with chalkboard paint with white decal lettering and magnetic strips on back

Thrifty Thursday: Alphabet Stones: I made these for the light table, and my students love them!

Thrifty Thursday: Alphabet Stones

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

Dip-Dyed Baskets How-to

Dip-Dyed Baskets

Dip-Dyed Baskets When dipped in paint, rustic baskets become thoroughly modern carryalls that look as if they came straight out of a design shop. If you don't have enough paint to dip large baskets, use a foam brush to apply the paint instead.