Magnets made with scrapbook paper and flat florist marbles. http://marthataylorphillips.blogspot.com/2010/10/glass-fabric-magnets.html
A few weeks ago I posted a do-it-yourself post,outlining how to make a fabric covered magnet board. In this post, I have gathered ideas that you can use to make your own D-I-Y magnet board. I’ve al;so included the link to the various websites. Hope you get some great ideas. Enjoy!
Antique ceiling tin, painted red and turned into magnet board. http://www.etsy.com/listing/70834468/magnetic-message-board-ceiling-tin
Old tarnished tray makes a shabby chic magnet board. http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/christmas-lights
Tray becomes great magnetic calendar. http://www.craftaffection.com/2012/10/magnet-board.html
Old cookie trays repurposed into fabric covered magnet board. http://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/image/other/3295433.html
Vintage drawer pull screwed on a chalk board to hold the chalk
Compiled below are some great do-it-yourself projects. These projects take everyday items and turn them into a variety of items including storage boxes, lamps, clocks, coasters and so much more. Enjoy.
Just add a picture frame hanger to a antique silver tray and you’ve got a fun and functional magnet board.
Classic white tea cups and tea pot turned into a darling lamp. Love the tiny cup used as a final.
Vintage tea cups filled with candle wax make cute candles.
Bright colors of tulle and some ribbon make a fun girl’s tutu.