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Ffor the geek in us all.  Do you know someone who is obsessed with their IPhone?  Make some Iphone app magnets for them. Made with printed online images of the apps onto white cardstock and some Dimensional Magic they are simple and easy to customize. www.infarrantlycr...

If you have something very important to tell someone in your house or office, it’s best to get to the point. Keep it short and sweet then hang it on the fridge or whiteboard with a 3.5” long Ninja Knife.

Magnets - selvklæbende magnet folie og kork malet med craft.. :-)

From pinner: I have flashlights in every room. I also wrote the name of the room (ex. Master Bedroom, Kitchen, etc.) on each flashlight with permanent marker. That way, if someone picks it up and walks into another room, they know which room it belongs in! I like this idea to put one at the breaker panel!

use alphabet stickers I found at a craft store and stick them onto to colored scrap paper. Then glue a magnet on the back and a large clear stone on the front and voila!

iphone projector. Watch movies and photo slides with your iphone on the wall….like the old days!

Saw someone else's adaptation of this but I couldn't get the pin to work. She put a photo on the paper instead of color. How About Orange: howaboutorange.bl... Adaptation: www.ambrosiagirl....

make a large wall map in fabric. (if i had the time or inclination, i would make a layered one that had all the boundaries of ancient civilizations as well.)

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!

DIY Magnetic Make Up Board : frame + metal board (from hardware store) + spray paint + 2 plastic soap holders + adhesive magnetic strips

Apple Unveils iPhone 5, Finally! New Maps app will show 3d of buildings, business info, and much more. Never get lost again!

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!