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Shell Fridge Magnets

by Jane (follow)
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Do you ever find yourself collecting lots of shells on a trip to a beach and then wonder what you're going to do with them? Here's a quick and easy project to make a pretty shell fridge magnet. It's a great reminder of a fun day at the beach and would be an interesting way to display a beach photo.



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Materials
Shell
Air drying clay
Craft magnet
PVA glue (or hot melt glue or super glue)



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Method
Press some air drying clay into the back of the shell.
Press the craft magnet into the clay.



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Allow to dry for around 24 hours.
Once dry, slide out the dry clay, apply a dab of glue then stick back in. (Also do this with the magnet if needed)

Attach to the fridge and admire!



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Categories
#Kitchen
#Magnet
#Fridge magnet
#Fridge
#Beach
#Shell
#Craft
#Clay
#Nature
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