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Kid Magnets by Ashley Horton

It can be fun letting the gets get involved like Ashley Horton (Blog: Ashley Horton | Instagram: @ashleyhorton75# | Pinterest: @ahorton | Twitter: @ashleymh1675) did here with these cute magnets – follow along in a step-by-step photo tutorial!

Ashley Horton

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Supplies: Shimelle (370704) – Grey Floral, Shimelle (370712) – Salted Caramel, Shimelle (370721) – Orange Pekoe, Shimelle (370713) – Americano, Shimelle (370745) – Wood Buttons, Shimelle (370736) – Enamel Dots, DIY Shop (366620) – Wooden Clothespins, DIY Shop (366629) – Cork Stickers Butterflies, DIY Shop (66618) – Wood Veneer Butterflies, Knock Outs (KOP63102) – Star Punch

1. Gather some small patterned paper scraps from the True Stories collection, Wooden Clothespins, Foam Brushes and Mod Podge.

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2. Apply Mod Podge to one side of the Clothespin, using the Foam Brush.

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3. Adhere the Clothespin to the back side of one of the patterned papers and let dry.

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4. Let Mom use a craft knife to trim the excess patterned paper from the edges of the Clothespin, and to remove the center piece of paper, so the metal clip shows through.

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5. Cover the Clothespin with another layer of Mod Podge, to protect the patterned paper.

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6. Get your embellishments ready to add to the Clothespins, once the Mod Podge is dry.

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7. Adhere a magnetic strip to the backside of your Clothespin. You can find the magnet backing at your local craft store.

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8. Now your kids have a finished project that they helped to create and that will be on display on the refrigerator! 

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Perfect for hanging up artwork and photos!