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I am going to do this, only put a bible verse on it, and then reach into the bag and pull it out, one each week that I will then look up and study.

Bake @ 425 (NOT 350) for 30 minutes then allow to cool in oven. Clean with rubbing alcohol before drawing. Cheap mugs (Like Mainstay @ Walmart) work best!

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

she has cutted and pasted them on chipboard, painted the edges with a white opaque pen and finally attached a magnet on the back.

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!

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This is so cute! I need a magnetic board just so I can do this! Polaroid photo magnets!

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!

Hanging vases made from used light bulbs. (This combined with other light bulb crafts would be great for recycle craft programs for Teens.)

Magnet Tin for your fridge!! I am so excited about this...I have "vintage" spice tins that we received as shower gifts. Can't stand to throw them away and this is the perfect way to use them!!