6 Cool DIY Fridge Magnets for Cheap!
Fun and Creative DIY Fridge Magnets
The fridge has long been used as a place to hang up grocery lists, art, photos, notes, and more. Why? Because we go to the fridge multiple times a day, so we’re guaranteed to see those reminders and things on the fridge.
If you want to add a little bit of creativity to your fridge, check out these cool DIY fridge magnets. They’re easy to make, they’re fun, and best of all, they’re cheap.
1. Bottle Cap Magnets
With a little bit of nail polish and some bottle caps, you can make these fun colorful magnets! Definitely a craft you could get the kids involved with as well!
- Bottle caps
- Mounting tape
- White nail polish
- Variety of other nail polish colors
2. DIY Fridge Magnets
If you’re a passionate gardener, putting flower magnets on your fridge might just be the perfect touch. You could do this with all different types of flowers as well!
- Hot glue (or super glue)
- Magnets onto items of your choosing
3. DIY fridge magnets out of a child’s artwork
If you’d like to showcase some of your child’s first pieces of art, putting them on the fridge is a classic way to do it. With this tutorial, you can turn any masterpieces into a magnet with ease.
- Embossing powder
- Acrylic sealing spray and Diamond Glaze
- Inkjet shrink plastic
- A4 or US letter paper
- Baking tray
- Set of white flat discs
4. DIY Lego Magnets
Who doesn’t love Lego? I think seeing a little Lego block on my fridge every day would just make me happy.
Unfortunately, the tutorial for this craft is no longer available online. However, it’s pretty simple! Just glue a magnet to the bottom of a Lego brick. Easy peasy.
- Lego bricks
- Strong magnets
- Hot glue gun
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5. DIY Chalkboard Fridge with Jute Handles and Custom Magnets
Turning your entire fridge into a chalkboard is such a cool idea! I love it! What a great way to plan out your family dinners as well.
- Valspar tintable chalkboard paint
- Mini roller (and plastic tray)
- Painters tape
- Jute rope
- Unfinished wood letters (M, E, N, U)
- Unfinished wood discs
- Mini tart tins
6. Dragonfly Ribbon Magnets
These DIY dragonfly magnets are easy to make and they’re cheap too! Who knew a clothespin, some ribbon, a button, and some other materials could be used to make cute little dragonflies!
- Coordinating ribbons
- Strong double-sided adhesive tape
- Coordinating buttons
- Acrylic paint (optional)
Now that you’ve seen some cool DIY fridge magnets, I’d like to know: What magnets are you planning on making? I think the Lego block magnets are the coolest!
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