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  • Sherry Goodwin

    Everyday Art: Alphabet magnets What a wonderful idea

  • Chris Rood

    .alphabet magnets. Write alphabet letters on neat paper that has been glued to magnet strips. Then glue those to the back of flat clear bubble glass - from a craft store.

  • Amy Long

    DIY letter magnets for kids to spell Such a good idea!

  • Genna Veahman

    DIY letter magnets. Buy a small metal sheet at Home Depot or the craft store, glue a slightly larger painted frame around the edges, add magnet letters, voila!

  • Kelsey Stivers

    DIY letter magnets I wanna make these but idk I'm not a crafty person

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What you will need: white paper with letters printed out OR White paper with alphabet stickers placed on top: 0-$2.00 2 bags smooth round glass stones- Dollar Tree- $2.00 26 Magnets optional: $3.50- $6.00 other items e6000 glue mod podge scissors

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