SuzelleDIY: How to Make Your Own Fridge Magnets

SuzelleDIY: How to Make Your Own Fridge Magnets

How To Make Your Own Fridge Magnets:

While we are on the subject on the subject of easy crafts to keep your hands and minds occupied during the lockdown period, check out this recent video by SuzelleDIY. The local DIY queen shared clever ways to decorate the “big old grey elephant in the… kitchen” – i.e. the fridge! In the brilliant video tutorial she demonstrates how one can create a lovely array of easy and inexpensive fridge magnets.

For the past few week Suzelle has been sharing quirky DIY ideas for each letter of the alphabet… or “Suzellphabet” as she calls it! Be sure to check out the DIY crafts for letters A to E on her Instagram or Facebook channels.

Her crafts ideas are super easy and accessible – using and upcycling things that one already has lying about in an odds-and-ends drawer somewhere. The only thing I might need to scratch for or purchase for this tutorial would be the actual magnets (maybe salvage off old fridge magnets or fridge calenders). In this video Suzelle shares the following fridge magnet ideas:

  1. How to make tiny faux succulent fridge magnets.
  2. How to create your own glass pebble magnets.
  3. How to make mini spice jar magnets for your fridge.
  4. How to craft lovely photobox magnets out of jar lids.
  5. And lastly, how to create a framed whiteboard shopping list for the fridge door.

If you want to attempt a few quarantine crafts to keep you busy during lockdown, we have put together six of our easiest Decorating Quick Tips from past posts for you to try at home: Quarantine Crafts: 6 DIY Projects to Banish the Covid Lockdown Boredom.

Oh, and loving her rambling rendition of Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off“… LOL

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