Fabric covered magnets and a mother's day card




I did not have much time to craft over this weekend, but I somehow managed to make these fabric covered magnets.   These are really quick to make.  Using the glue gun, I simply attached magnets on the back sides of the fabric covered buttons that I made from my fabric scraps.

These magnets will be used on our refrigerator door.  I like these magnets because they are so colorful and fun, yet very practical to use.


For this one, I simply cut out the hand stamped linen and then glued it on to the magnet using the glue gun.


And by the way,  today was mother's day... and my eight year old girl made me a tulip pop up card.   It was so sweet of her!


My ten year old daughter also gave me a mother's day card today, but hers was an online card so I can't share it with you here... But it sure was a lovely one :)    Thank you, girls, for the heart warming cards!

4 comments:

PY said...

What a great idea to cover the plain magnets with your sweet and lovely fabrc ! These really make a difference to your fridge. Well done !

Sue May said...

they're really adorable, I have a lot of fabric scraps and don't know what to do w/them, thanks for the inspiration!

Vintage Girl/Marivel said...

hi: great idea !
I like them,too. colorful,lovely fabrics.
have a nice day.

chick chick sewing said...

PY, Sue May and Marivel - Thank you for visiting my blog and taking your time to leave nice comments here!!

These fabric buttons I used are 7/8 inch (2.2 cm) in size and they are super simple to make. It's a great way to use your fabric scraps, too :)

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