Saturday, April 6, 2013

KCC - Altered Refrigerator Magnets

 
 
What could be more fun than decorating? Isn’t that what we all do in some form whether it is our photos or projects..
This month as you can see the Krazy Crafting Crew has gotten together and made inspiring refrigerator magnets! Spring clean means spring décor to me!
We all hope you find a little inspiration along the way today
Magnets can be done so many different ways… the sky is the limit!
Our hostess today is Cicily

If you have already been on the hop, and have arrived from JANET, you are in the right place!
If not please start at the beginning with Cicily so you don't miss a thing!
 
For this hop I decided that I needed to have some flowers in the house so I made some flower magnets.  These were so quick and easy that it wouldn't take much to have an entire refrigerator full of them.  The orange flower is made by punching out (or using a die cutting machine) 3 different sized flowers, crinkling them a bit then stackkng them together.  Add a button in the middle and there you go.  The other flower is a simple rose that I cut using the Art Philosophy cartridge and then rolling it.  Add magnets on the back and you have an instant "flower bed"!




Your next stop is : KATINA
Thanks so much for hopping with us!
Here is your line up in case you need it to navigate…..
Ciclily www.pinkdalmationscrapper.blogspot.com
Anita www.anitaandbugs.blogspot.com
Jearise www.lorbysworld.blogspot.com
Lissa www.somanycrafts.com
Pam www.scrappletree.com
Janet www.janetscreativeworld.blogspot.com
Robin www.scrapandchat.blogspot.com
Katina www.twochicsandacricut.blogspot.com
Liz www.tryin2craft.blogspot.com
Robin www.create-a-latte.blogspot.com
Lisa www.handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com


 

10 comments:

  1. Such pretty magnets and, as you say, you could make a whole bunch of these! TFS

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  2. Beautiful flower magnets, love them.
    http://create-a-latte.blogspot.com/

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  3. I was going to make flowers and then changed my mind.Yours are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!I live in the deep south and we have had so much cold and rain the flowers would cheer anyone up.
    Hugs, Anita

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  4. Your magnets are so pretty. Thanks so much for sharing.


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  5. Very cute. I haven't tried the stack and crumple method. I'll have to do that soon.

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  6. Woooow I love these flowers! So very pretty and could be changed out for the seasons! Great idea. Thanks for sharing

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  7. Very sweet!
    <3 Pam
    www.scrappletree.com

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  8. Both flower magnets are very pretty.

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