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Here, a black-and-white photograph was added to a small metal tin with a glass lid (available at crafts stores in assorted sizes). Round tins can also function as magnets. To make the tins, print black-and-white photos onto ink-jet paper. Center lid on photo, and trace with pencil. Using scissors, cut along the inside of the traced line. Place photo in lid, tape it to the lid's inner rim. To magnetize, glue a magnet to the bottom of an empty container.

this looks easy enough and would make a good present for friends too if you had pictures of them and their kids.

Got some musical friends who would appreciate getting these as gifts!

glue magnets to ornaments for a fun way to decorate your fridge during it!!

bottle cap tutorial: 1"circle punch, paper, diamond glaze. stamp image, glue to inside, make sure completely dry before adding diamond glaze to the top to seal it and give it a glossy finish. add magnet to the back, she uses e6000 glue for that step, but just use something strong

This DIY Photo Lantern is perfect to hold those memories and give as gifts, or use them as centerpieces at your wedding. The possibilities are endless! All you need is a lantern, paint, and your pictures printed out on vellum paper to make these memorable photo lanterns! #MonthlyDiyChallenge

Photo Magnets are great for a series of goofy, back to school pictures. You'll be reminded every time you get a bite to eat!

Cutting Detailed Designs, also what glue to use and clips?

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

Bottle Cap Magnets - This is the cutest idea I've seen so far for the bottle caps!

Magnet Boards with frames- use cookie sheets and cut down with tin snips to fit secondhand frames Upcycle recycle DIY