Drawing Magnets

Tiger sells for a euro or two magnetic sheets, which gave us an outlet for simple fun creativity one evening.

One can either cut shapes first and then fill them with normal markers or draw on the sheet and then cut them out. The cutting part is a bit tricky but normal scissors will do. But cutting get requires some strength and at least my children needed help with that.

Now all our surfaces with metal, the micro, toaster, bread bin and freezer, are nicely decorated! Even my work place got their share of magnetic labels to the joy of my colleagues. Let’s see who else gets surprised at Christmas with self made presents from our children…

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5 comments

  1. I’m going to try this!

    1. So easy and fun :).enjoy!

  2. Oh my goodness! I love this too! I will have to go to the craft/stationery store asap. Christmas is coming soon (ack!) and I need to get started on homemade gifts šŸ™‚

  3. Love that! I have some artwork that Mr. T did when he was in elementary school, and they let us pick pictures and they turned them into magnets… and those are still on my fridge!

    1. Lovely to hear you still like them as a memory. They sure are small enough to keep so we may do a few more šŸ˜‰

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