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EduKid Toys Magnetic Letters and Numbers - 72 Pcs in a Tote Bag

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Premium Foam ABC Magnets in Storage Container with Handle

March is crafting month and I’ve been busy! I showed Marissa ( my sons darling girlfriend) how to make these ABC felt magnets. This was her first time making these and first time doing the blanket stitch. As you can see, she did a great job! Wouldn’t t a full set (a-z) make a great baby shower or birthday gift?

March is crafting month and I’ve been busy! I showed Marissa ( my sons darling girlfriend) how to make these ABC felt magnets. This was her first time making these and first time doing the blanket stitch. As you can see, she did a great job! Wouldn’t t a full set (a-z) make a great baby shower or birthday gift?

Hand Painted ABC Magnets | Free Number Set! | Jane

ABC Fridge magnet letters
Soap bubbles
Girl with dandelion
Paper clips
Numbers
Grunge tape

I used alphabet cookie cutters to make these cute ABC magnets

The idea of these magnets hit me when I was working on my . I noticed when you fuse two fabrics together with Heat N Bond, it makes the fabric rubbery. And I thought why not? Why not see if any one has come up with something like this by making the letters into magnets, and I was surprised that nobody had. It is another one of those things that stem from my childhood. I remember those plastic ABC magnets on my parent’s refrigerator when I was little. I even had them for my daughter too when she was little. It was always fun to see what words you could come up with. And with today’s technology and social media I added a few extras to add to the fun.

The idea of these magnets hit me when I was working on my . I noticed when you fuse two fabrics together with Heat N Bond, it makes the fabric rubbery. And I thought why not? Why not see if any one has come up with something like this by making the letters into magnets, and I was surprised that nobody had. It is another one of those things that stem from my childhood. I remember those plastic ABC magnets on my parent’s refrigerator when I was little. I even had them for my daughter too when she was little. It was always fun to see what words you could come up with. And with today’s technology and social media I added a few extras to add to the fun.