I was cleaning out my craft space (or as my family jokingly calls it, "the factory") and I came across a few miscellaneous objects that I thought would be good to use for a project. Here are the items before: some flat glass marbles, unfinished wooden squares, and bottle caps. Now they are super cute magnets for my fridge! Scroll down to see how I made all three styles...
Glass marble magnet
-Trace the marble onto the paper that you want to use.
I used pages from an old US road map but you could use whatever you like.
Bottle cap magnets
-Cut a circle the size of the inside of the bottle cap. My 1 inch circle punch happened to be a perfect fit.
Wooden square magnets
-You can leave the wooden squares unfinished or you can paint them, stain them or color them.
For these squares I applied a coat of sepia decoupage.
If you don't have sticky-back lace you could use Mod Podge to apply lace trim to the square.