So, it's been awhile since I posted a tutorial and I've been wanting to do this for some time too, so here's a tutorial on how to make Alphabet Fridge Magnets! :)
My story behind those magnets:
in Latvia, it's quite popular for store chains to release some kind of offers for a period of time, where you have to collect stickers you get from purchases in order to buy some items with a discount or you can just get stuff for free. This summer, there was this offer for some drink glasses for kids, and they were also giving people little packets of fridge magnets with cartoon characters on them along with some stickers. It was all lovely until there were so many magnets, that they were reapeating themselves and there was no use to them. So I decided that I could use those leftover magnets for this project!
- Magnets (or, as I mentioned before, magnet sheets to cut out your own shapes)
- Paper (I used white printer paper)
- White Glue
- Paint Brush
- Pen, Markers or Pencils
- Adhesive P.P. Film (you can have a better idea of what it is in this tutorial.)
- Ruler (optional)
As you can see, my magnets have a bit of wrinkles here and there.