Posts Tagged ‘magnet’

Save Your Place

I have to admit that I do read a great number of books on my iPad. However, I still really enjoy reading an actual book. There’s just something about the feel of it. Plus, there’s the opportunity to have a pretty bookmark to save your place! I have a collection of bookmarks, many of which […]

March 7, 2018 Featured Projects

Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by kittykill. We hope you enjoy them! Luck O’ the Chaircat by pottermouth VHS Rental […]

@Home This Weekend: Crafty Magnets

This weekend, turn your tiny art into magnets! Simply attach your art to flat backed marbles, and glue a marble on the back. If you don’t paint as well as tapestrymlp, who made the beautiful nature themed magnets on the left, you can always use photos or colorful magazine pages. Wouldn’t these make great stocking […]

Gamer Wednesday: Space Invaders Magnets

Quick! Behind the bunkers! The space invaders are on the fridge! Sarasvati created this full set of cross stitched Space Invaders magnets to play with while you’re waiting for dinner to finish. You can see the full thread here: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=314145.0 You can see more great crafts by viewing the Space Invaders tag.

Handmade Gift Ideas: Cross Stitch Tetris Magnets

These cross-stitched Tetris magnets are sure to be a hit! Plus you can use up some of that plastic canvas you have lying around. It’s a win-win! You can see the full tutorial here: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=299163.0 For more great gift ideas check out our specific gift guides or our full list of ideas. Gifts for Children […]

Handmade Gift Ideas: How To Make Scrabble Tile Magnets

Here’s a great gift for anyone, but especially for Scrabble lovers. These Scrabble tile magnets, by anisemouette, are so simple to make that even young children can help out with the project. Spell out someone’s name, a special saying, or get really industrious and make all the Scrabble tiles you have into magnets so that […]