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Magnets are handy for hanging photos, reminders or bills on the fridge and these handmade magnets are easy and cheap to make and very cute.

Bottle cap magnets

What you’ll need:

  • bottle caps
  • small magnets
  • Double sided tape (or hot glue gun)
  • nail polish

Method:

1. Use double sided tape or a hot glue gun to attach the magnet inside the bottle cap.

2. Choose a base colour to paint the bottle tops and leave to dry.

3. Paint a bright and colourful design on the bottle top and leave to dry.

4. Your magnets are ready to use.

Get your own fridge organised with this easy and quick craft or get the kids to design some to give relatives for presents.

What do you think of these? Will you make some? Please add your comment below.

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  • Too cute! Just need to get me some bottle tops asap!

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  • How sweet! There are never enough magnets


    • agreed! kids make sure of that lol so much artwork on the fridge

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  • What a good idea. The kids will love making these.

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  • So easy and simple to make, they are so funky and colourful too.

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  • Thy are really cute! What a fun idea.

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  • What a fun idea! Will have to find the supplies and do this with my kids.

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  • Nice wee craft to do with smaller children.

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  • Such cute magnets. My niece will love this craft

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  • These are so cute and funky Jessica. I use nail polish for heaps of things other than for nails and you have just added another ..thanks I love them. :-)

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  • Great idea. I expect to receive a lot of these for Mothers’ Day!

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  • These look fantastic, but had to recheck these a second time – the magnets are thicker than the bottle tops! [Phew] – couldn’t bear to think of those tops scratching my fridge/freezer.

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  • I love these! They look like something out of Typo and much more fun for the kids to help make them AND use up all that left over nail polish bogging up the place.

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  • What a great idea, love this and you can do so much with these

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  • I love how you’ve up-cycled old bottle caps, love!

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  • Yes, they are very beautiful, Jessica. I can’t do them now because I don’t have any bottle caps! :-)

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