I have a quick and easy project for you!
I picked up these wood letters at Michaels in the bins near the register. I thought it might be kind of fun to have some alphabet letter magnets for the fridge like we used to when the kids were little. While I am a little afraid now of what they might spell out… I am wiling to take the risk.
I just bought some roll magnet with a sticky back, and cut them to fit on the back of the letters.
It was super easy. I laid out the letters and then flipped them over so they were going the right way. I knew if I didn’t do it I would probably stick them on the wrong side.
On longer letters I used longer magnet strips cut to size.
I think they are fun and modern looking. I think you could use them for a ton of embellishing on projects too. I grabbed two boxes because I knew I might want them for other projects. That’s how I end up with extra craft supplies I never use.
So far most of the magnets have stayed on (most of) the the backs. I probably wouldn’t use these for little kids because the magnets could be a choking hazard, but you might have to use hot glue if the sticky part on the magnet isn’t strong enough.
I have a few other project ideas for these too.
It’s been a long summer so far, did you see the last item on my “list”? I even put a smiley face next to it.
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