So I posted about these Everyday Enchantment Glass Magnets the other day. I have some more magnets to share today. These are ones that Ryan and I made together for his class Valentine's last month. He had a great time using the Big Shot, the punches and glue!
These are made almost the same way as the Everyday Enchantment Glass Magnets but Ryan punched out a small heart from Red Glimmer paper that we glued down onto the DSP before adhering it to the Multipurpose Adhesive sheets. Make sure to put the pattern you want to show on the magnet face down onto the adhesive sheets. Then we punched out circles using the 1 1/4" circle punch. Using the bone folder we burnished the DSP onto the back of glass rock. Then we glued the magnets to the back. The sparkly heart looks really cute!
We used the 2 Tags die and Real Red cardstock to make the name tags. He LOVES to use the Big Shot, I made the sandwich and he cranks it through. Ryan's teacher provided the hearts with each students name. He cut those out all by himself and glued them to the tags. Next we printed out the greeting which says, "Valentine, I'm stuck on you!" I thought it was slightly clever since they were magnets but then again I'm quite easily amused! Ryan glued those on the tag as well. We used Real Red 1/4" grosgrain ribbon to attach the tag to the small cello bag.
This was a fun and easy project to make with a kindergartener. We did it over the course of several days and had fun doing it together.
Thanks for looking! Did you stamp today?
Paper: Real Red cardstock, Welcome Neighbor DSP (retired SAB), Red Glimmer paper, Multipurpose Adhesive sheets
Accessories: 1 1/4" circle punch, small heart punch, Real Red 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, 2 Tags die, glass rocks, magnets
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