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Button Fridge Magnets

by Jane (follow)
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Here's how to create some cute button fridge magnets. You can often pick up bags of interesting buttons cheaply in craft shops or op shops.



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Materials
Buttons
White PVA glue or glue gun
Craft magnets (I bought a pack in a discount craft shop)



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Method
Choose a button which is slightly larger than your craft magnet. You could also layer a larger button with a smaller one on top.
Glue the button onto the magnet with white PVA glue or glue gun.



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Glue the magnet to the button




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Try layering a smaller button on a larger one


Once dry, your button magnet is ready to attach to the fridge.



Button fridge magnet, button magnet, button craft ideas, homemade fridge magnets, fridge magnet tutorial


If you're looking to display lots of artwork, try a magnetic picture rail. Click here to read the tutorial.

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