Here's a project that will eat up even the smallest bits of your scrap collection--you know, the ones you really should have thrown away. Even better, you'll be able to replace those cheap, plastic refrigerator magnets and bring a tiny bit of your fabric style into the kitchen!
-Assorted fabric bits
-Adhesive-backed magnetic strips
Here are the wooden letters I'll be using. I found these buggers at Wal-Mart in the craft section.
These are thin, so I recommend sorting in pairs and gluing them together for extra thickness.
Poor Q didn't have a partner so I paired him with the extra O. They make a great team! <3
Letters just about to get pretty!
Apply a coat of Mod Podge and place a scrap on top.
Start cutting around the letters with scissors or a craft knife. The craft knife will give you a sharper edge if that's what you're going for.
Pause for small child to play.
Add the adhesive magnetic strips. You'll need to cut them to size. If you find that the adhesive is not strong enough, glue them on.
That's it! I hope they make your refrigerator look fabulous!