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Comic Book Personalized Magnets

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Comic Book Personalized Magnets
Comic Book Personalized Magnets
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I'm sure as a true super hero fan you were ecstatic when Suicide Squad came out in theaters recently! Well, now you can show off how much of a true fan you are with these Comic Book Personalized Magnets. Not only are you showing your super hero pride by using either your Marvel or DC comics for this kids craft; but, these DIY magnets are also great for all ages. Whether your children want to use them in their school lockers, or just to put something on the fridge, they will love showing of their crafts! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsGlass

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Beginner

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Old Comics
  • Glass beads/pebbles
  • Decooupage
  • Foam brush
  • Craft knife
  • Self-healing cutting matt
  • Magnets

Super Hero Magnets

Instructions for Personalized Magnets

  1. Trace the glass pebbles around your comic book with your craft knife on your self healing cutting mat.

  2. Apply a thin layer of decoupage on your glass pebbles and apply your comic that you just cut out.

  3. Seal the back of your magnet with another layer of decoupage.

  4. Once the coat is dry, add a small magnet to the back of your pebble.

  5. Add to your locker or fridge and enjoy!

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What a wonderful idea. And sorry, but this is not just for the kids! It's also for all us big kids who still like to craft and play. LOL. I think that these are an awesome project to make with kids for sure. Tanner is a great instructor by the way. How about doing the same thing but with scrapbook papers? Wouldn't that be fun?

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