This DIY magnet project gives you a stylish storage solution for all the tiny office supplies you’ve got laying around: push-pins, paper clips, etc. You could customize this magnet DIY in many ways to jazz up your workplace!
Here’s an easy DIY magnet project made with pre-cut birch pieces that you can find at hobby stores such as Michaels. Paint them your favorite colors and stick magnets on the back. Simple, colorful, and rustic!
These DIY terrarium magnets are absolutely gorgeous and is a great way to add a little plant life to your space.
Turn your favorite pictures into tiny polaroids and then turn those into the cutest magnets that will remind you of your favorite things and people! This tutorial also includes a template you can open in photoshop to turn your pictures into polaroids.
If you love color and own the Pantone chip book, you could make these colorful magnets to display your favorite colors! You could do a similar magnet DIY with paint chips from a home improvement store.
Painting rocks is a relaxing and fun activity, but you could make it a productive activity by turning your painted rocks into these vibrant magnets.
Paint a couple of tiny wooden frames in bright colors to create these fun magnets that you will be proud to display on your fridge.
Use air-drying clay and stamps to create these surprisingly beautiful DIY magnets.
Make picture magnets out of baby jar lids! If you’re going through jars and jars of baby food, this could be a great way to upcycle your used baby jar lids!
Washi tape, or decorative tape, are gaining in popularity and can be found at any art supply or hobby store and even department stores. Choose your favorite tape designs and put them on clothespins on one side and attach magnets on the other side for some truly cute DIY magnets!
12. Pom Pom Magnets
Use wool yarn to make these fun pom pom magnets! For even less work, you could buy ready-made pom poms and attach magnets to them with hot glue.
If you need a couple of large magnets to hold up documents or calendars, try making these decoupaged paint stick magnets with scrapbook paper, maps, or wrapping paper.
Make these Lego people magnets for the Lego-lover in your family! This is an amazing way to store and display Lego people. Only the white bases are magnets; the Lego people can be changed up easily.
15. Family Magnets
Take full-length photos of family members and turn them into awesome magnets. This could be a great way for a young child to learn loved ones’ names! They could also create fun stories and play pretend with these DIY magnets.
Use a mini heart cookie cutter to make these sweet salt dough heart magnets! Use stamps with ink for even more personalization. For even more fun, experiment with various mini cookie cutters – how about making animal magnets or ABC magnets?
Turn rocks into alphabet magnets simply by painting a letter on each rock! Great for both kids and adults.
19. Tile Magnets
Grab a few sheets of 2”x2” square tiles at a home improvement store and Mod Podge on pretty decorative paper for a quick magnet DIY project!
20. Animal Magnets
Cut up a few plastic animal toys, spray paint them a pretty color, and turn them into fun magnets with the help of this tutorial.
21. Magnetic Pen Cup
Use an old tin container as a magnetic pen cup with the addition of decorative paper and magnets on the back!
22. Puzzle Magnets
Do you have a couple of kid wooden puzzles that are missing a few pieces? Grab the puzzle pieces and turn them into magnets that kids will love!
Dye a bunch of tiny blocks in different colors, stick magnet paper on the back, and use them with young kids. You could do all kinds of activities with these blocks, from math to art.
These awesome DIY magnets are made with Altoid tins and jar lids, inspirational words printed on paper, and interesting papers such as pages from children’s books and old calendars. You could have a lot of fun creating your own inspirational magnets with things you have around the house!
Turn any drawing into magnets with this amazing tutorial. You could do this with your kids’ drawings or your own drawings.
Here’s another DIY magnet project done with pretty washi tape. It doesn’t get any easier than this! Put washi tape right on top of magnet sheets and cut out and put on your magnet board. So great and simple.
And here’s yet another washi tape magnet DIY! Make these cute magnetic frames with popsicle sticks, washi tape, and your favorite pictures.
This gorgeous DIY magnet project really couldn’t be any easier. All you need are agate stones, a gold leaf pen, magnets, and glue.
Now you’re all set to bedazzle your fridge or your family command center with all these magnet DIY ideas! For more DIY project inspiration, don’t miss 7 Stunning Marbled DIY Projects and 20 DIY Geometric Projects for Your Home!
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“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”